Motorola’s G series phones have been known for their great value-for-money but never for great battery life. And that doesn’t seem likely to change with the upcoming Moto G7.
According to battery details revealed by the FCC, the Moto G7 will pack an unimpressive 2,820mAh battery to go along with its demanding 6.4-inch screen (the diagonal is still not officially confirmed, mind you).
That would make the Moto G7’s power pack smaller than the one of its predecessor – the Moto G6 had a 3,000mAh battery.
The FCC was the main source of the previous major Moto G7 leak, which revealed the device will most likely depend on a Snapdragon 660 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of memory.
It’s yet unclear when Lenovo will unveil the Moto G7 but as its shaping up, we can’t see it being a successful rival to Chinese midrangers, outside of the US.