The Lenovo-owned company is once again caught preparing a set of new devices following the Motorola Aruba-21. The new Motorola XT2163-4 and XT2163DL have arrived on FCC ahead of their launch. The listing reveals some information about the upcoming smartphones. Here’s what we know so far.
The arrival of new Motorola handsets on FCC documentation reveals its model number XT2163-4 and XT2163DL. Furthermore, the listing does not divulge much information apart from the battery capacity and connectivity options available onboard. Reportedly, this could be the Moto Edge 20 series that was previously spotted on TENAA.
If it is the rumored Edge 20 duo, the device had already crossed the 3C and a few other certifications last month. Regarding connectivity, the phone equips 4G LTE, dual-band Wifi, and Bluetooth 5.2 as disclosed by the FCC documentation. The duo is likely to be a budget offering as they do not have a 5G or NFC cutout.
Moreover, the Motorola XT2163-4 and XT2163DL will be packed with a Tekk NT40 battery along with MC-101-106 model power adapter. However, the listing does not reveal the fast charging support details. To know the render leaks about the Motorola Edge 20 series, visit our dedicated article
At the moment, this is all the information that we have on the upcoming Motorola XT2163-4 and XT2163DL in our hands. But, now that the smartphones have passed the FCC certification, they 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 devices.