Motorola Hanoip (XT-2135-1) and XT-2147-1 arrives on FCC, confirms LTE support


Motorola is on the verge to launch a couple of new smartphones across the globe. However, some names might differ as per the region as the Motorola Ibiza could launch as Moto G50 in Europe. In a step ahead, two new Motorola devices have surfaced on the FCC bearing model number XT-2135-1 and XT2147-1. The listing reveals some additional specifications about the devices.

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Motorola Hanoip aka XT2135-1 is spotted featuring LTE connectivity, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth, GPS, and FM. It carries an MC50 battery and supports an MC-201 adapter. Similarly, the XT2147-1 features indistinguishable connectivity options but the battery and adapter information is not available yet.

As per previous leaks, the XT2135-1 aka Hanoip could come with a 108-megapixel HM2 primary lens, a 16-megapixel, a 2-megapixel depth sensor and an 8-megapixel lens. A 16-megapixel sensor could sit on the front for selfies. It is expected to house Snapdragon 675, 4/6GB RAM and 64/128GB Internal storage.

The model number XT2147-1 could also be Hanoip too considering the recent CSC file that appeared on some firmware mirror websites. Additionally, Motorola XT-2047-1 is the Moto G8 smartphone, launched a couple of years ago.
However, the Motorola Ibiza was also spotted on Geekbench last month bearing the Model number XT2137-2.

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