Motorola’s Moto G54 5g Has Been Spotted On The FCC, Confirming A Few Of Its Previously Reported Specs:
The Motorola Moto G54 5G has finally made it to the FCC following some significant leaks about its features and appearance. The Moto G54 and Moto G84 are among the new G-series smartphones that will soon be available from the Lenovo-owned company. However, the listing also includes some information about its features and even verifies the impending launch.
The documents indicate the presence of a PC50 battery with a capacity of 5640 mAh and an MC-202L 20W TurboPower Wall charging adapter. The Moto G84 5G also confirmed some specifications and other details a few hours before the Moto G54 5G did on the FCC. A 5000 mAh battery (QB50) and a charging adapter (MC331) with a 33W maximum fast charging capacity are also expected to be included in the device. Additionally, the XT-2343-1 model device with the codename “Cancun 5G” and 5G connectivity (n2, n5, n7, n26, n66, and n78 bands) was listed on the FCC.
Surprisingly, the SD Card slot is visible under the Supporting Units, suggesting that it may exist. The Moto G54 5G, as suggested by recent leaks, will sport a 6.5-inch Full HD+ screen with a 20:9 aspect ratio and a 120Hz refresh rate. The smartphone appears to have a 16MP front-facing selfie camera and a 50MP quad-pixel camera with OIS. With support for 1TB expandable storage, it will launch with 8GB RAM and 256GB of internal storage. Additionally, the device will come pre-installed with Android 13. Additionally possible features include a side-mounted fingerprint sensor, Dolby Atmos, and Moto Spatial Sound. The report attests to the design’s water-repellant certification.
The existence of a punch-hole display and a dual-camera setup on the back was confirmed by a different design leak. On the right side of the device are the power and volume rockers. And the left edge is where the SIM slot is located. Four color options for the Motorola Moto G54 5G are Ambrosia, Ballad Blue, Coronet Blue, and Outer Space.
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