Motorola is reportedly working on the next-generation of its budget-centric smartphones, the Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus. Now, the Moto C2 has been spotted on Federal Communications Commission (FCC), revealing some key information.
The FCC listing (via Nashville Chatter) reveals that the Moto C2 will bear model number XT1920. The listing further reveals that the smartphone will feature only 1GB of RAM and a 16GB of internal storage, which hints that Motorola could launch this smartphone under Android One (Go Edition) programme.
Further, the listing suggests that the smartphone will feature 2100mAh battery. The specs suggest that the upcoming phone will be Android One phone. The FCC listing reveals that the smartphone will feature connectivity options like WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth and Cat.10 LTE modem. The phone measures 147.88 x 71.22 mm. However, other details like display, processor, camera and the Android version is not known at the moment. So, we suggest you stay tuned with us for more details.
Previously, some press renders of the Moto C2 and Moto C2 Plus were leaked online. The render reveals that the Moto C2 Plus will feature the new 18:9 display, while the Moto C2 will come equipped with a standard 16:9 screen. Fortunately, the Moto C2 range offers a front-facing flash, offering options for budget-minded selfie users. There’s a front-facing fingerprint scanner on the Moto C2 Plus which has been skipped on the regular Moto C2 version.