Motorola is working on a new G-series smartphone. The company launched multiple smartphones across different price points under its budget and mid-range smartphone series. These include Moto G31, G51, G71, etc. In 2022, the company might launch the Moto G22 as its new budget smartphone.
There is currently no official word on the Moto G22 launch date yet. However, the launch seems imminent. We say so based on multiple certifications that the device has received. The Moto G22 has visited the NBTC website and cleared a couple of other certifications ahead of the launch. Let’s take a look at the Moto G22 specifications, features, and other details leaked online.
Moto G22 NBTC, FCC, WiFi Alliance certification
Motorola could launch the Moto G22 very soon in select markets. The device has been spotted on multiple certification websites ahead of the launch. One of the listings where the G22 was spotted is the NBTC website. The listing reveals that the G22 has the model number XT2231-3. It does not confirm much, except for the device’s moniker.
The device has also cleared the WiFi Alliance certification with various model numbers that could be different variants of the phone. These model numbers are XT2231-3, XT2231-4, XT2231-5. The listing reveals that the phone runs Android 12 out of the box. It is likely to have a layer of MyUX skin on top of Android.
The device has also cleared the EEC certification website. One of the devices has the model number XT2231-4 under the Lenovo branding. This suggests that the company could launch the device as a rebranded Lenovo smartphone in China or other markets.
Lastly, the G22 will launch in two storage options, according to an FCC listing. The phone will come in 4GB + 128GB and 4GB + 64GB storage options
Previously, it was reported that the phone has a MediaTek Helio P35 SoC under the hood. Other details like the display size, camera specs remain unknown. We will share the details as and when available. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Motorola smartphone? Do let us know in the comments below.