Alleged new variants of Moto G22 and G42 gets certified by FCC

Two new smartphones from Motorola have been certified by FCC today. These smartphones have model numbers similar to Moto G22 and Moto G42. It seems like these are the upcoming variants of Moto G22 and Moto G42, which were unveiled earlier this year. The smartphones which arrived at FCC bears the model number XT2331-2 and XT2333-3. Both smartphones came on FCC only offer LTE connectivity. In contrast, the Moto G22 and Moto G42 have the MediaTek Helio G37 4G & Snapdragon 680 4G chipsets.

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The listing reveals that the XT2331-2, aka new variant of Moto G22, will pack a 5000mAh battery that supports 10W charging. It has the FCC ID IHDT56AH7 and supports dual SIMs & 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi. On the connectivity front, it also gets support for NFC and Bluetooth. The Moto G22 came with support for 20W fast charging. Most likely, it will be an affordable variant of G22. To recall, the Moto G22 had the model number XT2231-2.

The alleged new variant of Moto G42 features the model number XT2333-3. Existing Moto G42 has the model numbers XT2233-1 & XT2233-2. It will also feature a large 5000mAh battery with support for 33W fast charging. To recall, the Moto G42 launched in India only supports 20W charging. It seems like a higher variant of the existing device. The FCC-certified smartphone also supports dual SIMs & 2.4GHz and 5GHz Wi-Fi, NFC and Bluetooth. We will keep you updated once more information about smartphones is known.

Basith Rahman PP
Basith Rahman PP
Basith is a CA student who is also a tech evangelist and an auto lover who works with and talks about latest news in tech and auto industry. Apart from this, Basith is a traveller, foodie and a movie buff.


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