The Motorola Moto G7 Plus may launch on T-Mobile in the US
Motorola may have been crushed by the strong forces of Chinese brands in the East but it still serves as a reasonable option in markets like LATAM and the U.S. This is primarily because it is among the most reliable names, especially in the budget segment. One of three new models of Moto G7 series which are available in the U.S. can be considered if you’re planning to be kind to your wallet while buying a new smartphone. But don’t make your mind just yet, as Motorola could be announcing the fourth and the most powerful device out of the bunch – Moto G7 Plus – in the U.S.
Recently, a Motorola device bearing model number “XT1965-T” passed through the FCC. Since we know that “XT1965” denotes the Moto G7 Plus, we are hopeful that the smartphone should soon arrive in the U.S. and join the other three models in the series i.e. Moto G7 Play, Moto G7 Power, and the Moto G7.
The addition of “T” in the moniker points that the Moto G7 Plus could be released via T-Mobile in the U.S. This piece of information can also be confirmed by the operator’s mention as the brand name in the general information page. Through this page, we also know that the T-Mobile Moto G7 Plus will come with dual-band Wi-Fi and NFC.
Moto G7 Plus Specifications
|Specification||Moto G7 Plus|
|Dimensions & Weight||157 x 75.3 x 8.3 mm;
19:9 with water drop notch;
|SoC||Qualcomm Snapdragon 636|
|RAM and Storage||4GB + 64GB|
|Expandability||Up to 512GB
through dedicated slot
Quick Charge 4, USB Power Delivery 3
|Connectivity||WiFi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band,
NFC (market dependent)
|3.5mm Headphone Jack||Yes|
|Rear Camera||16MP, f/1.7, 1.22μm, EIS, OIS, Dual-LED Flash;
Depth Sensor: 5MP, f/2.2Video Recording: [email protected],
|Front Camera||12MP, 1.12μmVideo Recording: 1080p @30fps|
|Android Version||Android Pie|
However, there is an anomaly in the listing that makes us feel that listing might have some errors. The IMEI codes listed in FCC’s report correspond to the Moto G7 instead of the Moto G7 Plus. We face a similar predicament while witnessing a device with model number “XT1965-3”, which is most likely the unlocked version of the G7 Plus, but the IMEI codes correspond to Moto G7 too, making things even more confusing.
We’ll update the article when we learn positively about the launch of Moto G7 Plus in the U.S. Meanwhile, we have concrete information that the smartphone will soon support Night Vision, a feature which can be expected to enhance images in low light.
Thanks to XDA Senior Member cstark27 for the tip.