Mysterious Moto XT1920 Variants Spotted at FCC; Is Motorola Prepping an Android Go Phone?

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In the recent past, multiple variants of an upcoming Motorola phone such as XT1920-15, XT1920-16, XT1920-18 and XT1920-19 were certified by Bluetooth SIG and Wi-Fi Alliance.

Among these, only the XT1920-16 has also been approved by Eurasian Communications Commission (EEC). It seems that the mysterious XT1920 is slowly inching towards its launch as it has been approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The details that have surfaced through the FCC appearance reveals that the XT1920 is a very low-end smartphone. Probably, it may end up as an Android Go phone.

The FCC documents have revealed that the Latin America will be receiving XT1920-18 (single-SIM) and XT1920-19 (dual-SIM) variants, XT1920-16 is heading to EMEA markets and Western European regions will be provided with XT1920-15.

It has been found that the Moto XT1920 features only 1 GB of RAM and includes an internal storage of 16 GB. Also, it features a 2,000mAh / 2,100mAh battery.  These specs suggest that it could be the first Android Go phone from the Lenovo-owned company. The handset is equipped with connectivity features like Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth and Cat. 10 LTE modem.

The Moto XT1920 measures 147.88 x 71.22mm. There are couple of full screen design smartphones from this year that have launched with similar dimensions such as Xiaomi Redmi 6 and Nokia X6 which feature around 5.4-inch to 5.8-inch 18:9 screens. Since the XT1920 smartphone is low on specs, it is likely that it may feature a screen that supports 16:9 aspect ratio. Hence, there is a possibility that the handset may come with display of around 5.2 inches.

Motorola is already working on an Android One phone called One Power phone. Recent reports have revealed that the smartphone will carry Motorola branding. Probably, the XT1920 phone that is now speculated to run on Android Go, may also carry Motorola brand name.

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