The rumor mill has revealed that Motorola is working on a new mid-range device called the Moto G31. The publication mentioned that the upcoming handset would succeed the Moto G30 that arrived earlier this year.
Not long ago, the Moto G31 bagged approval from several certification platforms like Europe’s EEC, Thailand’s NBTC, and Wi-Fi Alliance. A few days back, the NCC authority of Taiwan approved the Moto G31 as well.
Surprisingly, the latest certification of the Moto G31 has revealed the real-life shots and some specifications of the handset. Other reports mention that the multiple certifications hint that the device’s launch is near.
The live images of the Moto G31 show that it sports a punch-hole display with a slightly thick chin – which is typical of many Motorola devices. The top edge features a microphone and a 3.5mm headphone jack.
The left spine of the Moto G31 sports the sim slot, and it has three buttons on its right edge. It appears that the toggles on the right edge are the power button and volume controls.
Further, the bottom side of the phone’s frame houses a microphone, a speaker grille, and a USB-C port. The handset’s rear panel features a triple camera system and a Motorola logo that doubles as the fingerprint sensor.
The image of the Moto G31’s battery that surfaced on NCC’s database mentions that it would rely on a 4,850mAh battery for backup. And the phone may launch with support for only 10W charging.
Other details of the handset remain a mystery. Hopefully, new information regarding the Moto G31 will leak as the days go by.