Motorola is expected to launch four variants of the Moto G7. There are already leaked details about the standard Moto G7 and the Moto G7 Play, but now a fresh leak straight from the FCC is shedding some light on the Moto G7 Power.

The Moto G6 only had three variants, but the Moto G7 will have four with the addition of the G7 Power. This particular model will sit between the Play model and the standard model of the G7, according to XDA Developers. The standout feature of the Moto G7 Power will be the inclusion of a massive 5,000mAh battery. For comparison, the G7 Play will have a 2,082mAh battery, while the standard G7 model will have a 3,500mAh battery. It’s likely that the G7 Power will be marketed as having the best battery life out of the four models.

The battery capacity of the Moto G7 Power was revealed on the FCC website, which also showed the device’s dimensions and the design of its rear panel. The Moto G7 Power is listed as having the model number XT1955-4. The device measures 159mm x 76mm with a diagonal length of 167mm.

The G7 Power seems to be taller and wider than the other G7 models, as per 9To5Google. It’s likely that its bigger size is necessary to accommodate the larger battery capacity. Unfortunately, there’s no information on the display size of the G7 Power, nor is there any information on the size of its bezels. However, it’s rumored that the device will have a 6.22-inch display.

The FCC filings didn’t reveal the internal specs of the Moto G7 Power, but XDA’s sources claim that the device will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 processor. This is the same chipset that’s expected to power the G7 Play. The base model of the G7 Power is said to have 2GB of RAM and 32GB of storage, while its top-tier model will have 6GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. The standard G7 model is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 660, which is more powerful.

If these leaks and rumors were accurate, the Moto G7 Power and Play models would be the low- to mid-range variants with single-camera modules on their backs, while the standard G7 and the G7 Plus would be the upper mid-range devices with dual-cameras on their backs. No information on the launch dates of the devices was disclosed.

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