Moto G51 5G with Model Number XT2171-3 and 10W Charging Support Visits 3C Certification
Motorola is rumoured to be releasing its latest 5G smartphone, the Moto G51 5G, soon. The Moto G51 5G is expected to hit the market in November 2021. The device has previously been discovered on multiple certification websites, revealing a handful of its specifications and features. Geekbench also revealed the device's hardware, RAM, and OS characteristics earlier this month. The Moto G51 5G was discovered on the Chinese 3C certification website, revealing its charging capabilities.
Moto G51 5G 3C Listing
The Moto G51 5G with the model number Moto XT2171-3 will offer 10W charging (5.0VDC, 2.0A), probably via a USB Type-C charging connector, as seen in the 3C certification. Apart from that, the fact that the smartphone will be a 5G handset has been double-checked, and that's pretty much it for the Moto G51 5G's 3C certification reveals. We may also expect the Moto G51 5G to launch in China soon now that it has received the 3C certification.
Rumoured Specifications of Moto G51 5G
An FHD+ display with a "fast" refresh rate is expected for the Moto G51 5G. The XT2171-1 model number is supposed to be developed under the codename 'Cyprus 5G.' According to the reports, the Moto smartphone will include a 13-megapixel selfie camera and a triple rear camera system that includes a 50-megapixel primary sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide-angle sensor, and a 2-megapixel macro sensor. The Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G SoC is reported to be combined with 4GB of RAM in the next Motorola handset. According to the description, the Moto G51 5G would come pre-installed with Android 11.
According to various sources, the Lenovo-owned business is working on a 5G handset called the Moto G71. The future Motorola Moto G71 5G has been registered with the FCC under the codename "Corfu" and the model number XT2169-1. Dual-SIM support and 5G bands n5, n7, n66, n77, and n78 should be included in the Moto G71 5G. The G71 5G is also expected to have a 5000mAh battery and support for NFC, according to the database.
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