Moto G20 Hardware Specs Reveled – What to Expect

Motorola is gearing up to launch a new G smartphone series in the budget-friendly segment dubbed Moto G20. The rumour mill has created quite a buzz lately, hinting at the upcoming phone’s specs and features. But that’s not all.

We might see another G-offering from Motorola this summer! The Moto G20 has recently cleared its certification, which confirms an imminent launch.

Here is what you need to know.

Moto G20 Possible Specs and Features: What to Expect

The upcoming Moto G20 grabbed a certification from the NBTC mobile platform recently. Also, popular tipster Anhishek Yadav offered a few details about what the smartphone might offer.

The phone wears the model number XT2128-2 model number. The NBTC platform website listing doesn’t reveal all hardware features, but we have enough details.

Hardware and software details

Fresh rumours and leaks hint at an entry-level phone with a Unisoc chipset. According to that, we might get a Moto G20 featuring the Unisoc T700 SoC coupled with 4GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage.

The smartphone will also feature an extra storage option via microSD card support. 

Moto G20 will most likely ship with Android 11OS out-of-the-box.

Battery capacity

A battery of 5,000mAh with a standard 10W charging support is said to keep the lights on for several hours.

Other details

Unfortunately, information about the Moto G20’s display or camera is still scarce. We can expect, though, an HD+ panel or TFT display, as per the leaked renders.

Moto G60 Details

As previously mentioned, Moto G20 is not the only offering from Motorola. Another budget-oriented smartphone might debut, the Moto G60.

The first details about the Moto G60 include hardware specs. The smartphone is said to house a Qualcomm processor, the Snapdragon 732G SoC, paired with 6GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage. 

More details about both Motorola offerings should be available soon. The smartphones might debut in June, as per various reports.




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