Motorola is preparing to launch a new smartphone, but not before the device is certified that it is safe to use by consumers. A phone with model number XT2127-1/XT2127-2 appeared on FCC, complementing its TUV Rheinland and UL (Demko) listings from earlier this month. So far we know it will have a 5,000 mAh battery with 19W fast charging and will be 4G-only.
The phone, said to be internally called Motorola Capri, will come with pretty basic specs - an HD+ screen with a waterdrop notch and Snapdragon 460 chipset. The RAM and storage will be 4/64 GB, and there will be four cameras on the back, two of them likely of rather limited use (depth sensor + macro lens).
The big question is what is this phone’s name. It could be a Moto G10 Play but we could also see a new device in the ultra-affordable E lineup - probably a mightier variant of the Moto E7 Plus that shares a lot of the specs with the Motorola Capri.
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