New Mid-Range Motorola Smartphone With Android 7.0 Nougat to Hit the Stores Soon, Confirms FCC

A new Motorola budgeted smartphone to hit the stores very soon, confirms FCC.

    Apparently, Lenovo is geared-up to unveil a new Motorola mid-range smartphone by early next year. Already hitting the headlines of multiple media reports, the news is confirmed by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

    New Mid-Range Motorola Smartphone With Android 7.0 Nougat Coming Soon

    Several interesting rumors on the anonymous mid-range smartphone has been in the news lately. The smartphone might come with Moto Z-like rear camera feature and not a dual camera set-up.

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    Along with that, the yet-to-official Motorola smartphone might be bagged with 2GB and 3GB of RAM with an internal storage capacity of 16GB and 32GB respectively. Reports also reveal that the smartphone will come embodied with Android 7.0 Nougat.

    The Chinese smartphone manufacturer recently launched its most awaited Moto M in India along with two storage variants; 3GB RAM with 32GB models priced at Rs. 15,999 and another one comes with 4GB RAM and 64GB storage capacity available at Rs. 17,999. The smartphone is up for sale exclusively on Flipkart, along with various special offers and discount coupons.

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    Moto has always been the most preferred brand, as the smartphones are designed with high-end technology and are made available at affordable price tag. There has not been any confirmation by the company on the release of the new mid-range smartphone as of now. However, reports reveal that the smartphone might hit the stores early next year.

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