Earlier this month, Motorola took the covers off the Moto G51 smartphone. Following the G51’s arrival, speculations say that the next G-series smartphone may arrive under the Moto G71 moniker.
Meanwhile, the smartphone has surfaced on the database of TEENA, and it appears that its launch is closer than expected. While the TEENA listing isn’t accessible yet, a Chinese tipster has shared the images and the specs of the Moto G71.
The TEENA images of the Moto G71 show that it has a punch-hole display, and the right edge has three buttons – the power button and volume controls. Presently, it’s unclear whether the phone would support an under-display fingerprint scanner or the Motorola logo on the rear doubles as a fingerprint reader.
The Chinese variant of the Moto G71 has the model number XT2169-1. The Moto G71 has a 6.4-inch OLED screen that delivers a Full HD+ resolution of 1080 x 2400 pixels. It has a triple camera system on its backside and houses a 4,700mAh battery for backup.
A 2.2GHz octa-core processor that supports 5G fuels the Moto G71. Recall, the Moto G51 came with a Snapdragon 480+ SoC. And it’s unclear whether the Moto G71 would come with the same processor.
The handset has a slightly slim profile with a thickness of 8.4mm, and it weighs 180 grams. With the TEENA approval, the Moto G71 might arrive anytime this November.