Today, a new phone (from Motorola) has been spotted on FCC Certification. The device has a model number “XT2125-4”. The model number has already got its other certification, and it was also revealed that this phone would be named “Motorola Nio.”
Like always, the FCC Certification has revealed the power-related specifications. It can be seen that the device is running the battery with model number “LZ50”, which is a 5000mAh Battery already used in Moto G 5G Plus.
The phone uses the charger with the model number “MC-20X.” According to previous reports, the charger “MC-20X” is a 20W charger that charges the phone at 10V & 2A, and 12V & 1.67A. The charger also supports a 15W charging mode (5V, 3A).
The phone is also equipped with a USB Type-C port as it uses a USB Type-A to Type-C cable. A 3.5mm headphone jack is also there as well. The 5G Network support for Motorola Nio is also available (as per certification), which may be limited to some regions. The phone is also equipped with Bluetooth v5.1.
As previously reported, the Motorola Nio will be powered by Qualcomm’s old flagship chipset, “Snapdragon 865” (standard version). The chipset is based on a 7nm manufacturing process and having a maximum frequency of about 2.84GHz with a Cortex-A78 core.
It was also reported that this model would be equipped with a 6.7 inches Full-HD+ display (2520x1080p), which further supports a 105Hz refresh rate.
In terms of camera, the Motorola Nio is expected to have a 64MP primary camera on the back, based on the OmniVision OV64B sensor. Besides, there would be a 16MP ultra-wide angle lens (OV16A10) and a 2MP depth sensor. The front-facing camera will have an 8MP main module (Samsung S5K4H7) and a 16MP ultra-wide shooter (OV16A1Q).
It is expected that the Motorola Nio will be launched in the first quarter of 2021.