GSMArena reported that Motorola is preparing the next generation of G and E series smartphones. The phones codenamed Moto Capri and Capri Plus are officially named Moto G10 and Moto G30, respectively. The Moto G10 will become the most affordable member of the Moto G series in 2021. The suggested retail price is 149.99 euros. The phone will be equipped with a water drop screen with a HD+ resolution and a 60Hz refresh rate.

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Moto G10 (Capri)

The back of the Moto G10 will be designed with a textured wave pattern, which may be made of plastic. The camera includes 48MP + 2MP macro + 2MP depth of field lenses combination.

Moto G10 (Capri)

In terms of core configuration, the G10 will come with a Snapdragon 460 processor, 4+64GB storage, NFC support, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a dedicated Google Assistant button. It has two colors of aurora gray and pearl.

Moto G30 (Capri Plus)

The Moto G30 uses a flat design on the back. Other aspects of the design are similar to the G10. This phone has a 90Hz refresh rate display and a 13MP front camera.

Moto G30 (Capri Plus)

The G30 is equipped with Snapdragon 662, 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB ROM. It uses 64MP + 13MP + 2MP + 2MP quad-camera module. Its retail price is 179.99 euros. The color options include phantom black and sky blue.

Moto E7 Power

The Moto E7 Power (model XT2097) also uses a water drop screen, 2GB / 4GB RAM and 32GB / 64GB storage, and is equipped with the MediaTek Helio P22 chipset.

As for the camera, it uses a 13MP + 2MP dual-camera and a front 5MP sensor. It also uses a 5000mAh battery, and has a 3.5mm headphone jack and Google Assistant button. It will come in blue and red colors.

In addition to the above three smartphones, the Moto e6i, the Moto E7i Power and the mysterious Moto G100 have also been leaked. But the configurations of these phones are still unclear.

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