This year we have already seen various phones with new design concepts created to minimize the bezels around the display. Now, the designer Waqar Khan has published a new video and new concept renders, trying to imagine the upcoming Motorola Moto G7 that is surely among the most awaited midrange phones. And according to these renders, the device will adopt the most used method to reduce the bezels created in 2018: the tri-borderless design with waterdrop notch. The renders you can see below are not just a result of imagination, but they are based on important leaks surfaced until now.
So there is a high chance that the upcoming Motorola Moto G7 will really look similar to this. The device shows a front panel with a waterdrop notch containing the front camera only, as well as very narrow bezels with a slightly thicker chin. The rear panel is made of glass as expected, while the frame is made of metal. The back side does not differ so much from the Moto G6 and it sports a dual camera setup together with a dual LED flash. Under the rear cameras, there is a circular fingerprint reader which embeds the company’s logo.
The SIM tray is placed on the upper side, while the volume rocker and the power key are placed on the right of the phone. Even though the overall design does not differ in a consistent way from its predecessor, this Motorola Moto G7 still represents a solid upgrade due to its waterdrop notch. According to the most reliable hypotheses, Motorola Moto G7 will be officially announced in April 2019, and it will hit the shelves with price tags starting from $250 in the U.S. and €219 in Europe. Given that it will be a mid-ranger, we expect it to pack a Snapdragon chipset from the 600 series.