May 23, 2017 05:43 AM EDT
Motorola Mobility has received the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification for two of its handsets yesterday. The Moto device carrying a model number XT1791 has one of its variants included with two SIM card slots has been spotted on FCC website. There are expectations that mobile tech market will soon witness the launch of Moto devices.
According to Android Headlines, the Motorola device testing documentation published by the federal agency is reported to be very comprehensive. The report reveals few of the details that directly indicates that none of the devices from Motorola have ever received such type of specifications.
The Moto device carrying a model number XT1791 is seen powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 430 processor and has a 3000mAh battery. It is reported that the device features a single rear camera composed of a module manufactured by Sunny Optical Technology for the dual SIM variant and Q Technology for the single SIM variant.
According to the Android Geek, the Moto device listed on the FCC certification website could be the upgraded variants of the Moto G5 and G5 Plus. The Moto G5S and G5S Plus are expected to arrive soon, in which one of the models is tipped to arrive with a dual SIM variant and slightly smaller 2,800mAh battery. The FCC document also reveals that the smartphone supports Bluetooth 4.2. It is reported that the device could feature an LPDDR3 RAM and a Full HD display panel.
It is reported that FCC certification is the final step for any device to enter the United States tech market. Therefore, this Moto XT1791 device could hit the US tech market soon. It is expected to compete in the lower mid-range segment of the market and is expected to be priced at below $300. Stay tuned for more updates.
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