smartphones with model XT2091 have been found in listings and certifications, indicating that the phone will be soon. It is said that a 6,000mAh battery is packed and supports 20W fast charging. There are multiple models of this phone, which may be for different regions. As of now, Motorola has not shared any information about upcoming smartphones, so this information should be used with caution. In addition, Motorola seems to be preparing to another smartphone called Moto E7 because its specifications have been leaked recently.

According to the RootMyGalaxy report, a Motorola phone with model XT2091 was found in the US FCC, EEC and TUV Rheinland lists. The FCC list shows that the phone will use a triple rear camera setup, a fingerprint scanner on the back, and a blue surface. It also mentioned that the phone’s rated battery capacity is 5640mAh, which implies a typical 6000mAh battery.

The FCC list has multiple models, including XT2091, XT2091-3, XT2091-4 and XT2091-7 and XT2091-8. Interestingly, the XT2091-8 model carries the Lenovo brand, which indicates that the rumored Motorola phone will be renamed to a Lenovo phone in a specific region.

The battery capacity of the XT2091 model is also in the TUV Rheinland list, and the charging speed is 20W. As of now, it is not clear which phone this will be, but there are rumors that this may be Moto G9 Power.

As mentioned earlier, Motorola or Lenovo have not shared any information on this phone, and it is not clear which model (if any) will enter the Indian market. However, since the phones involved have passed these certifications, they may be launched soon.

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Motorola seems to be developing another mobile phone called Moto E7, whose specifications have been leaked recently. It is said that this phone is equipped with a 6.2-inch HD+ display, dual rear camera setup, 3,550mAh battery and 2GB RAM + 32GB storage configuration.


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