Moto G20 smartphone specifications may have leaked as a phone spotted on the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) website revealing appears to be the upcoming Motorola device. The listing shows that the phone will have dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM Radio. It apparently has two variants, and it will reportedly come with a 5,000mAh battery with 10W charging support. The handset was previously spotted on Geekbench sporting a Unisoc SoC, which is paired with 4GB of RAM. Moto G20 will likely run on Android 11-out-of-the-box.
The FCC listing has entries of two smartphones with model numbers XT2128-1 and XT2128-2. Both of these smartphones seem to feature the same set of specifications. They both will come with dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth, and FM Radio. As per a report by 91Mobiles, the Moto G20 will pack 5,000mAh batteries with 10W charging support.
The Moto G20 has also been spotted on Geekbench platform where it is seen sporting an octa-core Unisoc SoC (apparently entry-level Unisoc SC9863). The SoC is paired with 4GB of RAM, and the phone runs on Android 11. The phone scores 378 points in single and 1,322 points in multi-core tests.
Recently, Motorola launched the Moto G30 and Moto G10 Power smartphones in India with a waterdrop-style display notch. They run on Android 11 with a near stock interface, and are preloaded with proprietary ThinkShield technology touted to bring four-layer security to the new models. While Moto G30 (Review) is priced at 10,999, the Moto G10 Power (Review) carries a price tag of Rs. 9,999. The Moto G20 is expected to sit in the middle of these smartphones and may borrow some features from both of these devices. It is still to be seen under which price point will this smartphone fit.
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