While the attention of many is focused on the next Motorola flagship, which had a picture of its case released this week, as well as Motorola Nio, the first Moto G with Snapdragon 800 seen in tests with the 865 Plus, the North American manufacturer has also been working on its next most basic devices.
The Motorola Capri and Capri Plus, possibly belonging to the Moto E family, have been the subject of leaks in recent weeks. Capri, the more basic of the two, was found at the FCC and other regulatory bodies, and now the more robust Capri Plus has come to give its grace to certification agencies.
The Capri Plus was certified by the FCC and TÜV Rheinland with model number XT2129, reinforcing the information that had already been leaked on the device. In addition, the cell phone was found in the Geekbench, with most of its specifications confirmed.
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Apparently, the new Motorola cheap should reach the market equipped with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 662, accompanied by 4GB of RAM and Android 11 from the factory. Complementing the configurations, as indicated by the certifications, a generous 5,000mAh battery with fast charging of 20W
Considering that much of this information had already been disclosed in other leaks, it is safe to say that Capri Plus will also have an HD + screen with a refresh rate of 90Hz, 64GB of storage and an option of 6GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, in addition to bringing four rear lenses with 64MP main sensor, 13MP ultrawide, 2MP macro, and 2MP depth.
Other than that, they complete the NFC technology package and support two SIM chips. Unfortunately, there is still no launch forecast for the Capri line, but considering its presence in the benchmarks and certification bodies, it should not be long before the news is released.