Unannounced Moto “Cedric” Smartphone Spotted Running Android Nougat Out-of-the-Box

Is this the Moto G (5th Gen)?

    Lenovo-owned Moto (formerly Motorola) had already rolled out the latest operating system, the Android 7.0 Nougat to some of its devices including the ones in the 'G' series. But, the company is yet to launch a smartphone which runs Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box.

    Unannounced Moto “Cedric” Smartphone Spotted Running Android Nougat

    Nevertheless, according to the latest rumor, this could change very soon. A mystery phone dubbed Moto 'Cedric' was spotted on FCC (Federal Communication Commission) with model numbers XT1670, XT1671, XT1675, and XT1676. Usually, different model numbers mean that the smartphone could be launched with slightly modified specs in different markets.

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    However, the major highlight of the smartphone remains to be the Android 7.0 Nougat out-of-the-box.

    As far as specs are concerned, not much information is available yet. But, the FCC listing reveals that the device could feature 2GB of RAM teamed with 16GB or 32GB of internal storage space. A 2,800mAh battery is speculated to provide juice to the handset. Also, the device will offer support for 4G LTE. In terms of real estate, the smartphone could rock a 5-inch display.

    Going by the above features, the smartphone appears to be a budget smartphone perhaps the Moto G5. Moreover, the model numbers XT1670 and XT1671 could refer to a standard variant and the XT1675 and XT1676 may refer to the 'Plus' variant of the Moto G5.

    Since it is so early to comment on the Moto G5 smartphones that should launch sometime in 2017, the information has to be taken with a grain of salt.

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