A new Motorola mid-range smartphone, purported to be the Moto G7 which sprang up recently by virtue of apparent certification at the FCC could now actually exist in physical reality. Now, it seems that the Moto XT1952-1 highly speculated to be the Moto G7 variant is rumoured to have been certified by the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC).
A 91Mobiles report states that the Motorola XT1952-1 could be well on its way to get a launch as well, considering the apparent EEC certification. Also, this Motorola handset would run Android 9.0 (Pie) operating system; out of the box. It is also rumoured that there would be as many as four Motorola smartphones; all potentially catering to the premium mid-range segment.
At this juncture, it is worth noting that the Moto G7 Play (a purported Moto G7 variant) has been rumoured from a while, to incorporate a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 SoC along with an Adreno 506 GPU. The handset is also rumoured to be driven by a 2820 mAH battery; could also cater to the budget conscious segments.
In related news, a range of Motorola smartphones are receiving the much-expected Android 9.0 (Pie) as an OS update. Predominant among these handsets is the Moto X4. To manually check for the update, users of the Moto X4 could navigate to Settings > About Phone > Software Updates. The new enhancements introduced by Android 9.0 OS update include the likes of:
Also, for the uninitiated the Moto X4 comes with technical aspects such as: