In recent weeks, we've learned that Lenovo's now-owned brand Motorola is very close to launching its next Moto G20. So close that in the previous days we have already seen the first renderings and discovered some of the specifications that we will find on board the device.
Moto G20 certified in Thailand, presentation ever closer
Well, today the smartphone got caught on the National Broadcasting and Telecommunications Commission (NBTC) certification site.
The NBTC certification confirms that the model number XT2128-2 belongs to the Moto G20 and that it is a device with 4G LTE connectivity. Previous leaks also suggested that the Moto G20 could be powered by the Unisoc T700 chipset, powered by 4GB of RAM and will run on the Android 11 operating system.
Other specs aboard the Moto G20 should include a 5000mAh battery and support for a 10W charge.
As for the design, however, a render from a few days ago showed us a screen with a teardrop notch, while in the rear panel there was a rectangular-shaped camera module that seems to house four cameras and an LED flash. Whether the Motorola logo on the back integrates a fingerprint sensor or not remains to be discovered.