Mysterious Motorola XT1941 Certified by FCC, EEC and 3C Regulatory Bodies

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On August 2, Motorola will hold a launch event to announce its upcoming smartphones.

The company is heavily pegged to launch the Motorola One Power Android One smartphone at the forthcoming unveil event as it as already appeared as XT1942-1 model number on TENAA along with its entire specs. Today, another Motorola phone with model number XT1941 has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the U.S. The FCC certification has revealed some of the specs of the mysterious Motorola phone.

The FCC documents reveal that model numbers XT1941-3 and XT9141-5 have been approved by the U.S.-based telecom authority. Also, XT1941-4 has been spotted at the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC) whereas the XT1942-2 model has been certified by 3C authority in China. These are nothing but regional variants of an upcoming Motorola smartphone.

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According to the FCC filing of aforementioned models, the mysterious Motorola handset measures 150 x 72mm in height and width whereas the diagonal of the display measures 159mm which roughly translates to 6.25 inch screen size. This suggests that it could be housing 5.5-inch to 6-inch display. It is packed with a 2,820mAh battery. Since no other information is available, it is difficult to deduce the exact name of the smartphone.

Lenovo-owned Motorola seems to have a busy schedule ahead as smartphones such as Moto Z3 Play, Moto E5 Plus and Motorola One Power have been recently certified by TENAA authority which indicates that these phones will be launching soon in China. However, the upcoming August 2 launch event will be held at Motorola’s headquarters in Chicago, USA. Since Moto Z3 Play and Moto E5 Plus are already available in the U.S., it is likely that the company may announce Motorola One Power and some other new phones at the event.

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