The Lenovo-owned company unveiled the Motorola Defy last month. Again, the company is caught preparing a new device, Aruba 21. The smartphone recently appeared FCC certification ahead of its launch. Also, the listing reveals few specifications for the new upcoming smartphone. Let’s take a look at the new Motorola smartphone.
The arrival of Motorola Aruba 21 on FCC documentation reveals its model number XT2155-1. Furthermore, the listing does not divulge much information apart from the battery capacity and connectivity options available onboard.
Regarding connectivity, the phone equips LTE, Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and GPS. Plus, the Motorola Aruba 21 supports the presence of FM Radio. Noticing that the smartphone does not have a 5G or NFC cutout, it could probably be a budget offering.
Looking at the basic Motorola devices launched this year, this as well is likely to arrive with Android 10
pre-installed. Moreover, the Motorola Aruba 21 will be packed with a Tekk NT40 battery. However, the listing does not disclose the fast charging support details. But it is likely to arrive with at least a 7W of the charger.
At the moment, this is all the information that we have on the upcoming Motorola Aruba 21 in our hands. But, now that the smartphone has passed the FCC certification, it will hopefully arrive soon. We will make sure to keep you all posted as soon as we receive any further information about the soon-to-launch device.