Moto G8 Power Certified By FCC With a 5000mAh Battery Pack


Motorola introduced the Moto G8 Plus and Moto G8 Play in October and is due to launch the Moto G8 Power soon. The device was approved by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC), the American equivalent of Anatel, and had its first details revealed.

According to the documents found in the FCC, the phone of the Chinese firm has a battery of 5000mAh like that of other cheap mobiles launched to the market this year of realme and Xiaomi, its main competition. We also know that the phone would have measures of 157.9 x 75.8 mm.

Based on the design of the Moto G8 Plus and these dimensions it is simple to speculate that the screen of the Moto G8 Power would have dimensions of 6.2 or 6.3 inches, probably with HD + resolution that would allow affecting energy savings.

The operating system that runs the phone that has gone through the estate is Android 10 and is compatible with dual-band Wi-Fi 5Ghz and 2.4 GHz. At the processor level, if we take into account that it should be cheaper than the aforementioned G8 Plus (which mounts a Qualcomm Snapdragon 665 CPU under the hood) we are likely to find a Snapdragon 660 processed.

Other features of the Moto G8 Power that we hope to know sooner rather than later have to do with its RAM memory configuration and with its photographic component and how many lenses it will be formed but, for the moment, we have to wait a few more days.

The model, which also does not have a confirmed name, was found in documents from the Eurasian Economic Commission (EEC). There isn’t much information about the device yet, but it could be the first phone of Motorola with 5G support.

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