For a very long time, it has been reported that Motorola is working on its new Moto G71 5G and Moto G51 5G. Both of these smartphones have also been listed on different certification sites which have revealed the basic specifications as well.
One of the devices “Moto G71 5G” has now been listed on another popular certification site known as the Chinese 3C (or CCC) Certification site. The 3C Certification of Moto G71 5G shows that the device carries a model number “XT2169-2,” also features a maximum of 33W (11V/3A) fast charging.
The certification further revealed that the Moto G71 5G will come with Motorola’s MC-338 charger which also supports charging at lower speeds as well. The charging modes of this charger are the following: 15W (5V/3A), 27W (9V/3A), 30W (12V/2.5A), and maximum 33W (11V/3A).
It is worth mentioning that the applicant for this certification is “Motorola Mobility Technologies (China).”
As per previous info, the unannounced Moto G71 5G will feature a 6.4 inches OLED Punch-Hole Display packed with Full-HD+ resolution. The overall body has an 8.4mm thickness and weighs around 180 grams.
As per other certifications, it was also revealed that the Moto G71 5G will be powered by the Snapdragon 480+ (Entry-Level) chipset. In terms of battery, the smartphone is also expected to feature a 4700mAh cell, and support of USB Type-C charging would also be there.
At the moment, there is no official news regarding the launch of Moto G71 5G.