Moto G8 Power With 5,000mAh Battery To Soon Hit Markets


Motorola G8 series debuted earlier this year with the Moto G8 Plus. Now, the mid-range series is likely getting a new variant soon. The Moto G8 Power is the rumored device that recently received certification online. And going by the listing, the device seems to be an affordable offering.

Moto G8 Power With 5,000mAh Battery To Soon Hit Markets


The Moto G8 Power with XT2041-4 model number has cleared its certification in the US by FCC (Federal Communications Commission). As per the listing, the device will come with 157.9mmx 75.8mmx 165mm dimensions. It will be equipped with a 5,000 mAh battery that has a 'KZ50' model number.

Notably, the device has been certified with the same model number, i.e, Motorola XT2041-4 via Wi-Fi Alliance as well. The listing suggested the latest Android 10 OS and a support for dual-band Wi-Fi (2.5GHz and 5Ghz).

Furthermore, the device is said to make use of an SM6125 processor which is also called the Snapdragon 665 processor. Apart from the aforementioned features, the FCC and the Wi-Fi Alliance listings do not give any specific information on the hardware.

However, the device has been leaked earlier featuring a 6.3-inch HD+ LCD display with 720 x 1520 pixels resolution. The leaks had suggested a dual-lens camera setup at the rear equipped with a 13MP primary and an 8MP secondary sensor.

The device is said to record 4K and slow-motion videos and offer HDR, Panorama, and Portrait modes as well. The Snapdragon 665 processor on the Moto G8 Power is likely to be clubbed with 6GB RAM and 64GB storage (expandable up to 512GB).

Notably, these are the leaked specifications and there is no concrete information on the hardware. However, we will keep you posted on the same.


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