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In coming days, Motorola will announce new handsets. And it turns out the company is in on the wave. After launching the much-affordable but pseudo-flagship Moto Edge S and the Moto E handsets, the manufacturer will release new models. Today, a new handset with a model number XT2113-2 / XT2115-1 and a codename ‘kiev’ arrived on the WiFi Alliance.

The first model (XT2113-2) is listed with dual-band WiFi support and runs on Android 10. We should also note that the listing is labelled under the brand name of Lenovo and not Motorola. At the same time, the second model also supports dual-band Wifi and runs on Android 10. Unfortunately, we can’t find any worthy information from the certification documents.

But these devices have appeared in some leaks and certifications earlier. For example, the Motorola XT2115-1 appeared on FCC. It will come with a 4000mAh battery. Moreover, it was listed as a 4G LTE supported device but lacks 5G support. We guess it will be a mid-ranger.

Apart from this, the Lenovo XT2113-1 was leaked last year as Motorola Kiev’. It should come with a 6GB RAM, a 128GB storage, a 60HZ Full HD display and NFC support. The leaks also revealed the presence of a triple-camera on the back featuring a 48MP Samsung GM1 sensor, an 8MP Samsung S5K4HZ telephoto sensor, and a 2MP OmniVision depth sensor.

Both smartphones will come with a 6.66-inch display featuring a 2400 x 1080 pixel resolution. It will sport a 5000mAh battery. And we are also expecting to see dedicated Google Assistant buttons.

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