A new smartphone from Lenovo-owned Motorola appears on Federal Communications Commission (FCC). This smartphone is designated Motorola XT2025-1 and looking at the succinct specs of this device, it is an entry-level smartphone.
The FCC document reveals several important details about this upcoming smartphone. For starters, this device has a dimension of 73 mm (width) x 153 mm (length) and the diagonal is 163 mm (including the bezels). This shows that the display of this smartphone will not be more than 6.41-inch (in fact, could be less than 6-inch if the bezels are thick). From the sketch, we can see that this smartphone use rounded edges, a design that is more prominent with entry-level smartphones.
Although there is no information on the processor of Motorola XT2025-1, the chip will be supported by 2GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage. For those who will want more, there is also a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage model. From the listing, we can see that the lights of this smartphone will be kept on by a KC40 Li-ion 3000 mAh battery which supports up to 10W charge.
This is about all that we have from the recent FCC listing. However, since this device has been approved by FCC, it wouldn’t take long before it appears on other databases which will probably reveal more about this device.
Recall that two Motorola smartphones with model numbers XT2013-1 and XT2013-2 were recently approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). These devices are suspected to be the upcoming Motorola One Action mid-range phone. However, in this case, a previous GeekBench listing shows that the Motorola XT2013 will be powered with an Exynos 9609 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM.