A couple of weeks back, a Motorola device with model number XT2167-1 received approval from Anatel – a Brazilian certification site. The handset with the codename ‘Corfu’ may debut under the Moto G41 moniker.
However, the Anatel listing of the phone didn’t reveal much. But a reliable tipster from TechnikNews has shared the renders of the Moto G41.
The phone’s render reveals that it has a punch-hole display on the front and a triple camera system on its backside. And the rear camera unit is complemented by an LED flash for lighting.
A close look at the camera system reveals that the primary lens is a 48-megapixel shooter. The leak didn’t say the resolution of the auxiliary lenses, but they could be 8-megapixel and 2-megapixel cameras, respectively.
The Moto G41’s right edge sports an Assistant toggle alongside volume controls and a side-mounted fingerprint scanner. Meanwhile, the bottom side of the handset houses the USB-C charging port, a microphone, and a speaker grille.
Meanwhile, the Anatel listing mentioned that the Moto G41 would house a 4,700mAh battery. And it may sport other features like NFC, 4G, and Wi-Fi 802.11ac.
Presently, other specifications of the Moto G41 are under wraps, and Motorola is yet to say whether the phone will debut before the end of the year.