At the end of November this year, we indicate that the – course – Motorola Moto G7 Power It would come with a 5,000 mAh battery.
After almost a month without receiving news about this cell phone, today the rumors come back to claim it.
On this occasion he was captured said smartphone after your step by Geekbench. The latter is a site dedicated to performing different types of Tests to gadgets new to the future. Along with the results released at the end, some of the features of these same devices are also included.
It is not at all strange that this information ends up being filtered, as it happened now with the phone Lenovo / Motorola.
A 2019 phone … with a 2016 processor?
The device is clearly and directly identified as Moto G7 Power. In catching above these lines, we appreciate that it carries a Qualcomm eight-core processor with a maximum frequency of 1.8 GHz.
Although it is not explicit what specific model of spark is, there are those who dare to say that it is the same Snapdragon 625.
That is, if this were to become necessary, in 2019 Motorola would bring us a new smartphone with a processor introduced in February 2016.
In addition, this phone also would incorporate 4GB of RAM and run the factory Android 9 Foot.
Going to the results section, the Moto G7 Power reached 1,286 points in the Single Core and 5,443 so many Multi-core.
Autonomy over power?
To conclude, I need to make a brief personal reflection, that we want to encourage them to open a type of discussion in the comments section of this article (always using the word with respect and good vocabulary, of course).
It would really be something very attractive and even ironic to see in 2019 a cell phone that chipset three years old.
Now, we all know that the Snapdragon 625 is not the most powerful SoC on the market … but it's not the worst either.
From my personal perspective and purely subjective, and considering that I have a cellphone with this processor, I believe that Motorola will bet on giving a clearly focused proposal on autonomy. However, the power it will provide can satisfy the demand of the majority of the public.
But you also have to consider what many may say "It's a haircut for users to put an old chipset". And that could be a very valid claim.
So here is when we invite you to give your point of view: What do you prefer: a terminal with energy balance like this one G7 Plus paints or putting a new SoC, but at the risk of consuming more resources? The debate is served.