As RootMyGalaxy reported today, a new Motorola phone (model XT2091) has passed multiple certifications, including FCC, EEC and TUV Rheinland. These certifications revealed some key details of the phone, such as battery capacity, charging speed and back design.

The machine has three different models: XT2091-3, XT2091-4 and XT2091-7. It sports three cameras and LED flash on the back. Also, this Motorola phone adopts a rear capacitive fingerprint recognition solution. There is a built-in 6000mAh battery. It has an MC50 model and is packaged for 20W charging.

Motorola phone certification

In addition, the source said that the XT2091-8 will be launched as a Lenovo phone instead of a Motorola phone. But you shouldn’t be surprised because this is not the first time. As a reminder, the Moto G9 was previously launched as the Lenovo K12.

According to the source, there are rumors claiming that it may be launched as the Moto G9 and is expected to be released in Russia and other regions in the near future.

Motorola or Lenovo have not shared any information on this phone. So we can’t say anything for sure at the moment. However, since the phone in question has been through these certifications, it may be launched soon.

Motorola phone certification

By the way, Motorola seems to be working on another phone called the Moto E7. The latter has been spotted in various platforms recently. The phone should come with a 6.2-inch HD+ display, dual rear camera setup, a 3,550mAh battery, and 2GB RAM + 32GB storage configuration.

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