Until now, Motorola managed to update some of its most recent smartphones to Android 7.0 Nougat, but unlike other top manufacturers, it doesn’t have any devices in its portfolio that come with Google’s latest dessert out of the box. Still, this could change very soon…
An unknown Motorola smartphone, currently going by the codename of Moto Cedric, was spotted in the FCC’s database and it seems to be packing Android 7.0 Nougat. It’s available in four different versions, with models numbers XT1670, XT1671, XT1675 and XT1676, pointing to the fact that it will be released on several markets, says PhoneArena.
As for the specs, the Moto Cedric looks like an entry-level handset, featuring 2 GB of RAM and 16 or 32 GB of internal memory, as well as LTE connectivity and a 2800 mAh battery. The exact display size isn’t mentioned, but we do know its dimensions: 144mm in height and 72 mm in width, meaning that we’re most likely looking at a 5″ smartphone.
Other information isn’t yet available, but it’s possible to see the phone in single and dual SIM variants, at least for Latin America.
Is Motorola aiming more markets?
If we’re allowed to take a guess, we’d say that the Moto Cedric will somehow resemble last year’s Moto G in terms of design, but with a less-potent configuration under the hood. Also, it’s still unknown if Motorola is planning to release it in the United States as well. Nevertheless,we will be back with more details on this topic as soon as anything new comes up!