The much anticipated successor of the Moto G4 has some of its details leaked.
A device with model number: 9839 has now appeared on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). Earlier this month, Moto sent out invites for a product launch at the Mobile World Congress later in February.
IBT Times believe that this mystery device is most probably the successor of Moto G4. According to the description, the device packs 3000 mAh battery with fast charging feature ( Turbo Charging ). It will also have the NFC (Near Field Communication) that is increasingly being used in wireless payments all across the world.
Other expected features include a Snapdragon 625 processor 3GB of RAM. Also a 5.5-inch full HD display, 13MP primary and 5MP front camera with 16GB/32GB storage is expected.
Rumor mill also has that the Moto G5 Plus will have an octa-core Snapdragon 625 chip with 4GB of RAM.
We suggest you to take these with a grain of salt as there’s been no official word from Moto on the specs yet.
The Mobile World Congress will be held on February 26th. Chines manufacturer, Xiaomi confirmed that no new products will shown from their side at MWC this year. Stay tuned for updates.
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