Another G-series smartphone, the Moto G72, is about to be released by Motorola. According to reports the handset has been spotted on several certification sites, including those run by the US Federal Communication Commission (FCC), the UAE’s Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA), the Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) and IMEI. The indicated product is anticipated to be the Moto G71’s successor, which debuted last year.
A Moto G72 smartphone, with the model number XT2255, has been discovered in the IMEI database, the FCC,TDRA and BIS websites. The device’s FCC filing indicates that a 5,000mAh battery would be included. Additionally, NFC and Bluetooth communication options are stated as being supported.
The report also indicates that the phone may enable 33W rapid charging, citing a DEMKO certification.
The Moto G72’s BIS listing also verifies that it would be made available in India. Motorola has recently launched a large number of phones in both the Indian and international markets. It debuted the Moto G32 and Moto G62 in India earlier this month. Additionally, the Lenovo-owned business will undoubtedly introduce three edge series smartphones on September 8 in markets throughout the world.
As previously reported, the Moto G72 is anticipated to be released as the follow-up to the Moto G71, which made its debut earlier this year in India and included the Qualcomm Snapdragon 695 SoC, a 5,000mAh battery, 33W TurboPower fast charging and other features. The phone also included a 6.4-inch AMOLED display with a punch-hole cutout and a triple camera arrangement. The base model with 6GB of memory and 128GB of storage cost INR 15,999.
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