Recent reports have revealed that Motorola could be soon announcing two new phones, the Moto G9 Plus and Moto E7 Plus. These phones will be replacing the Moto G8 Plus and Moto E6 Plus phones that were launched last year. Ahead of the launch, reliable tipster Evan Blass has leaked official renders of both smartphones.
The Moto G9 Plus and Moto E7 Plus renders show that these phones will be debuting in at least two colour options, including blue and bronze. The Moto G9 Plus has a 64-megapixel quad-camera setup whereas the Moto E7 Plus is said feature 48-megapixel dual cameras.
Moto G9 Plus renders and specifications
The Moto G9 Plus has a punch-hole display. The size of the screen is not known, but it can be assumed to be an LCD panel as it features a side-mounted fingerprint reader. The rectangular camera module on the back has four cameras and a vertical LED flash unit. A Motorola batwing logo is also seen on the rear panel of the phone.
As far as specs are concerned, only a few details of the Moto G9 Plus are known through its FCC certification. The FCC documents have revealed that the G9 Plus has a massive battery of 5,000mAh capacity and it will carry support for 30W fast charging. The handset is equipped with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage.
Moto E7 Plus renders and specifications
The Moto E7 Plus has a waterdrop notch display and it has a square-shaped camera module on its rear, housing dual cameras and an LED flash. Below it is the logo of the company, which is integrated with a fingerprint reader. A 3.5mm audio jack can be seen on the top edge of the phone, and there seems to be dedicated button for summoning the Google Assistant on the right spine.
Blass had recently shared a leaked poster of the E7 Plus. It revealed that the phone is equipped with a 48-megapixel dual camera setup. It will come with support for Night Vision mode for capturing enhanced shots in dim light conditions. The poster also revealed that the phone is powered by Snapdragon 460 chipset and will offer 4GB of RAM and 64GB of native storage.