Motorola recently launched two new Moto G series smartphones in India, the Moto G32 and the Moto G62 5G. Now, it looks like the company is gearing up to launch a new Moto E series smartphone. The Moto E series devices are the company’s entry-level budget smartphones.
The upcoming Moto E series device, the Moto E22i has been spotted on a couple of certification sites hinting at an imminent launch of the device globally. The Moto E22i has been spotted on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) and Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) in US and UAE respectively. Let’s take a look at the details of the new and upcoming Moto E series device.
Moto E22i Spotted on Certification Websites
The upcoming Motorola Moto E22i with XT2239-19 model number has been spotted on the TDRA website in UAE. The phone has been registered under Lenovo, which is Motorola’s parent company. On FCC, the Moto E22i device has been listed with XT2239-9, XT2239-20, and XT2239-17 model numbers. The device has been listed with two IMEI numbers, which means the phone will support dual SIM.
Further, the FCC listing also reveals that the E22i will come with support for LTE connectivity, dual-band Wi-Fi (2.4 GHz and 5 GHz), and Bluetooth. The FCC listing also reveals the Moto E22i’s accessory list as well. The AC adapter for E22i has been registered for multiple countries like the US, EU, UK, AU, AR, IN, PRC, and Chile. This means, that the upcoming E series phone from Motorola could launch in multiple markets including the US, UK, India, Europe, China, and more. The phone will come with a battery with the NH40 model number, earphones, and USB cable.
Apart from these bits and pieces, the listing does not reveal much info about the device. We should expect more details about the device in the coming days.