Motorola Capri with 5000mAh Battery Appears on NCC Certification Ahead of Launch

Let’s take a closer look at the Motorola Capri NCC certification and see what it reveals.

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Motorola is reportedly working on a new budget-centric smartphone codenamed as Motorola Capri. The smartphone has been leaked on numerous occasion revealing its key specifications and features. The upcoming Motorola smartphone is said to feature HD+ panel, Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor, 4GB RAM, 48MP quad-rear camera setup, and more. Now, we have spotted the Motorola Capri on NCC certification website revealing some key features. Let’s take a closer look at the phone’s certification and see what it reveals.

Motorola Capri Spotted on NCC Certification

As you can in the above NCC listing, a Motorola smartphone with model number Motorola XT2127-2. The model number is associated with the Motorola Capri smartphone. The listing reveals that the handset will come loaded 5,000mAh battery. The listing reveals that the battery comes with model number JK50. Furthermore, Motorola Capri features 10W charging support and the adapter model number listed on NCC is MC-101.

Meanwhile, the phone has also appeared on FCC certification revealing key specifications. The FCC certification confirms that the device will be a 4G handset. The TUV Rheinland and UL (Demko) certifications, however, tell us about the battery capacity (4,850mAh rated and 5,000mAh typical) and the charging speed (10W) of the upcoming smartphone. Clearly, the device appears to be an entry-level smartphone, which falls in line with the previous leak.

Coming to the rest of the specifications of the device, the handset may feature an HD+ panel with a 1,600 x 720 pixel resolution. The device might come with an octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 460 processor, which will likely be paired with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. That said, this is what all we know about the upcoming Motorola Capri smartphone. What are your thoughts on the upcoming Motorola Capri series? Do let us know in the comments section below.