Motorola Moto G72 passes certifications and will have a 5,000 mAh battery


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Motorola Moto G72 passes certifications and will have a 5,000 mAh battery

The Moto G72 has been found to have a number of certifications, indicating that its launch is close at hand. In addition, it also had some technical features anticipated by the listings.

Such a new device was found in these regulatory bodies with the model number XT2255-1, where its official name also appeared, indicating that it really is the Moto G72. Such identifications have also been registered in the IMEI bank, as well as in the FCC and BIS, American and Indian regulatory bodies, respectively.

Some technical features came out of this, and it was discovered that the smartphone’s battery is identified as “NE50”. Apparently, the Moto G72 will then have a battery of 5,000 mAh of typical capacity and 4,700 mAh of nominal capacity.

Additionally, your charger will have four different model numbers, the MC-331, MC-332, MC-333, MC-334 and MC-336, which should offer a charge of 33W of power. For this, it must have outputs of 5 V and 3 A (15 W), 9 V and 3 A (27 W), 12 V and 2.5 A (30 W) and 11 V and 3 A (33 W). Finally, it is still said that it will support NFC and Bluetooth, without any other extra information.

What to expect from the Moto G72?

Unfortunately, there are few details to fully imagine the smartphone. However, comparing the Moto G62 and Moto G82, it can be deduced that it will position itself between them, adopting some characteristics of one and the other.

For example, the Moto G62 features the Snapdragon 480 Plus chip, IPS LCD screen, 4GB of RAM and only 15W charging. Meanwhile, the Moto G82 has the Snapdragon 695 processor, accompanied by 6GB or 8GB of RAM, Rear camera with OIS and 33W charging support.

In any case, it will be necessary to continue waiting for new leaks or for its officialization to know all its details.

Source: MySmartPrice