Motorola seems to be focusing more on production than updating the existing ones. After launching a couple of smartphones in India, the Lenovo-owned firm has fabricated a quad-set of smartphones. Four devices with model numbers XT2131-1, XT2131-3, XT2131-4, and XT2131DL are spotted on the FCC certification authority.
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According to the listing on the FCC, all four devices comprise dual-band Wi-Fi and comes with 5G support. Also, it confirms that the smartphones will pack an MD50 battery and an MC101 adapter. For those unaware, MD50 features a 5,000 mAh battery, the same which comes with old Motorola smartphones. So far, this is all we know.
However, the main question is what are the names of these Moto models. It could be an add-on to the G-series flagship. Looking at the previous launches of Motorola, this also may be a mid-range smartphone equipped with all the essential functions. But who knows!
This will be the fourth launching event by Motorola. Recently, the company launched Moto G60 and Moto G40 Fusion with Android 11 OS accompanied by Qualcomm Snapdragon 732G and triple rear camera. You can purchase these mid-range smartphones from 27 April and 1 May respectively.
Prior to this, the Chinese giant unveiled Moto G30 and Moto G10 via Flipkart. Android 11 OS power these low-rangers paired with Snapdragon 662 SoC and quad-camera module. You can know more about these entry-level smartphones here.