Motorola recently announced its top-of-the-line smartphone, the Motorola Edge +, but it looks like the company has already triggered two other launches: the Moto E7 and the Moto One Vision Plus. Both models were found certified in the Google Play Console database – which not only gives a high veracity load for the leak, but also indicates some of the technical specifications.
As the name already suggests, One Vision Plus should be an updated version of One Vision, launched a year ago. Some of the leaked details suggest subtle changes – the screen remains the same at 6.3 “and it also brings 4 GB of RAM.
However, an update to the processor is expected (the former was the Exynos 9609) and more storage options in addition to the 64 GB listed. The factory operating system is probably outdated, after all Android 9 (Pie) is no longer used in Motorola One line launches and Android 10 should be chosen.
Details about the camera and battery have not been revealed, but the MySmartPrice website says the device is in “advanced stages of development” and could be announced “in the coming weeks”.
According to a device leaked in the database, the Moto E7 is yet another member of the family with the lowest cost of the brand’s mobile phones. The idea is that it is a cheap alternative and with experience “close” to pure Android, although it does not bring much of the more premium features of other lines of the brand.
Operating system: Android 10
Screen: HD + (1520 x 720 pixels) with 19: 9 aspect
Processor: Qualcoom Snapdragon 632
GPU: Adreno 506
RAM: 2 GB
This model is expected to have features such as a plastic body, a drop-shaped screen in the center of the screen, maximum 4G compatibility and support for two SIM chips.
More details about the specifications are needed, but the idea is that the model will be an improved version of the Moto E6s, which was announced in March this year and would theoretically be the most modern low-cost model from the manufacturer.