New reports hint at Motorola’s upcoming project, a brand-new smartphone. Recently, a device has been seen on the FCC certification website.
The FCC listing unveiled some of the smartphone’s features and specs. Also, the new Motorola device is wearing the model number XT2091-3.
Other reports suggest that the upcoming Motorola phone will arrive as a revamped variant for Lenovo. Here is what you need to know.
FCC Listing Details
According to FCC listing, the next Motorola smartphone might sport a triple-rear camera module with multiple sensors and an LED flash that will be placed in a sleek square-shaped setup.
The smartphone could also arrive with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor for security matters, most likely placed next to the camera module.
A battery of 5,640mAh with 22.5W fast charging tech is said to keep the lights on. The battery was spotted wearing the model number MC50.
A smartphone with the same model number has also been spotted on the TUV Rheinland website and another on the Russian EEC certification.
Even if we don’t have a lot of information about the upcoming Motorola smartphone, the launch is imminent. Chances for the device to arrive as a re-branded Lenovo version are pretty high.
For instance, The Lenovo K12 Note was launched as a revamped variant of the Motorola Moto G9.
Some sources hint at a new Motorola handset packing similar features and specs to the Moto E7 Plus.
To recall, the Moto E7 Plus was launched as a budget-friendly smartphone.
The smartphone packs a sleek dual-rear camera module, including a 48MP primary lens and a 2MP sensor. Upfront, the device flaunts an 8MP front-facing sensor.
Other specs included a Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor and a might battery of 5,000mAh. Unfortunately, the Moto E7 Plus wasn’t launched with any fast charging.
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