Motorola has several devices waiting to release this year and the early next year. After introducing a couple of smartphones in the recent past, several new devices from the Lenovo-owned company have started to emerge on online certifications. In the latest news, the brand has manufactured a three-set of smartphones with model numbers XT2211-1, XT2211-2, and XT2211DL, which are spotted on the FCC.
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According to the listing on the FCC, all three devices comprise dual-band Wi-Fi and will arrive with 4G LTE support. Moreover, it confirms that the smartphones will pack an MD50 battery and an MC101 charging adapter. However, the MD50 battery features a 5,000 mAh capacity, and it is the standard with old Motorola smartphones.
However, the question that arises here is what are the names of these Motorola variants? These could be an add-on to the E-series or G-series flagships. Looking at the previous Motorola launches, this could also be a mid-range smartphone equipped with all the essential functions.
However, these are just speculation at the time. We can only make assumptions now, as the official details are still a secret, especially its launch date. But now that the devices have started surfacing at the online certification, it seems to be just a matter of time for the beans to spill.
In other news, Motorola introduced the Moto E30 yesterday in some South American countries including Colombia and Slovakia. The device features a 6.5-inch HD+ Max Vision IPS display with Android 11 Go Edition out of the box. You can read all the details of the latest smartphone in our dedicated article.