Motorola Edge 30, Moto G52, Moto E32 and Lenovo K15 Listed on Multiple Certification Websites, Could Launch Soon

Motorola Moto G51
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Lenovo owned Motorola is gearing up to launch a bunch of new smartphones in the E, G, and Edge series in the coming days. The company’s upcoming affordable phone, the Moto E32 was spotted recently on multiple certification sites and now, we have spotted three more upcoming phones from Motorola (one under Lenovo branding). The upcoming Motorola Edge 30, Moto G52, Lenovo K15 and the Moto E32 has been spotted on the TDRA, FCC, Wi-Alliance, and EUT certification websites. Let’s take a look at the phones in detail.

Motorola Edge 30, Moto G52, Moto E32 and Lenovo K15  Spotted on Multiple Websites

The Motorola Edge 30 with model number XT2203-1, the Moto G52 with model number XT2221-1, the Moto E32 with XT2227-3 model number and lastly, the Lenovo K15 with  XT2227-4 model number were spotted on the TDRA database. The vanilla Motorola Edge 30 will be the successor to the last year’s Motorola Edge 20 and the same device was also spotted along with Moto E32 recently. The Moto G52 will succeed the Moto G51 from 2021 and the Lenovo K15 will likely be a rebranded version of the Moto E32 for China.

Further, the Motorola Edge 30 (XT2203-1) and Moto G52 (XT2221-1) were also spotted on Wi-Fi Alliance and the database reveals that both phones will come with dual-band Wi-Fi support and run on Android 12 out of the box. Also, the Motorola Edge 30, Moto G52 and Moto E32 devices were spotted on EEC. The Moto E32 is said to come with Android 11 out of the box, as per the Wi-Fi alliance database.

Lastly, the Moto G52 was also spotted on the FCC certification database and EUT database. The listing suggests this could be a 4G device. The Moto G52 could come in both 4G and 5G variants. The model number XT2221-1 is codenamed Rhode4G22 and a few days back, Evan Blass had shared renders of the codenamed Rhode and this could be the same.

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