After Nokia, there’s not a lot of companies to choose from in the low- to mid-range smartphone category. Lenovo’s Motorola division is one of the few groups that produces a contender every year, with the G Play series usually coming in at around $200. Recently, the Moto G7 Play stopped by the FCC, and thanks to our government disregarding Motorola’s confidentiality request, we now have lots of device pictures!
The images, which were first spotted by Droid Life, show a phone that looks like a continuation of the Motorola One design that debuted earlier this year. There’s a wide, iPhone X-style notch along the top, which houses a front camera, front flash, and a speaker. The manual shows rounded screen corners and a large “Motorola” logo emblazoned on the bottom bezel, which hasn’t yet been applied to the FCC’s pre-release devices. The back looks a lot like the Moto G6 Play, with a rear fingerprint reader that doubles as a second Motorola logo, and a round camera bump with a single camera and LED flash.