Moto G7 Power Receives NCC Certification in Taiwan

After being certified by the FCC, Motorola's upcoming G7 Power Android smartphone has received NCC certification in Taiwan.


A few days back, an upcoming Motorola smartphone with the model number XT1955-4 was certified in Thailand, revealing the Moto G7 Power marketing name. The smartphone was also recently spotted on the FCC website. Moto G7 Power has now been certified by the Taiwanese NCC certification agency.

Moto G7 Power Gets Certified by NCC

The NCC certification agency does not list any key features of the devices it certifies, so there is nothing new that the certification tells us about the upcoming Moto G7 Power. However, it does suggest that Motorola is preparing to launch the smartphone in select markets soon. As revealed by the FCC listing previously, Moto G7 Power is expected to feature a 6.22-inch notched display with HD+ resolution. Powering the upcoming Motorola handset could be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 632 octa-core processor, although this is yet to be confirmed. In the memory department, Moto G7 Power is expected to be available in multiple memory configurations. The base variant is likely to come with 3GB of RAM and 32GB of internal storage, while the top-end variant may feature 4GB of RAM clubbed with 64GB of internal storage.

In terms of optics, Moto G7 Power is rumored to sport a single 12MP camera at the rear with an f/2.0 aperture lens. On the front, it could feature a single 8MP selfie snapper with an f/2.2 aperture. On the software front, the smartphone might run on the latest Android 9 Pie operating system out of the box. Like other Motorola handsets, the Moto G7 Power will offer a near stock Android experience. However, no evidence of it being part of the Android One program has surfaced online yet. The key selling point of the Moto G7 is expected to be a massive 5000mAh capacity battery with fast charging support. In addition to the Moto G7 Power, the Moto G7 series will also include Play and Plus variants. All the Moto G7 series smartphones are expected to be launched globally early next year.