Motorola is said to be working on a new smartphone that could be launched as part of the company's Moto G-series lineup. The handset, tipped to be the Moto G82, has been spotted on certification websites in various countries including the Wi-Fi Alliance, EEC, BIS, and TDRA websites suggesting the upcoming launch of the smartphone. The processor on the rumoured Moto G82 has also been tipped after it was spotted on a benchmarking website. Motorola is yet to officially reveal any details of the unannounced handset.
According to a report by MySmartPrice, a new Moto G-series smartphone has been spotted on the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) website sporting the model number XT2225-1 and the name Moto G82. The smartphone was also spotted in a listing on the EEC certification website, which shows the smartphone listed with the model number XT2225-1 and XT2231-3. Gadgets 360 was able to confirm the smartphone's listing on the certification websites.
Meanwhile, the handset tipped to be the Moto G82 was also spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance website with the model number XT 2225-1, revealing that the phone will support dual-band Wi-Fi and will run on Android 12 out of the box. The smartphone has also been spotted on the BIS website, with the model number XT2225-1 — suggesting that the handset will also make its debut in India according to the report.
The rumoured Moto G82 smartphone was also spotted in a Geekbench listing for a smartphone with the model number XT2225-2 with a single core score of 651 and multi-core score of 1850. The handset is listed to sport an octa-core processor that could be the Snapdragon 695 based on its specifications, according to the report. The listing also shows the smartphone to come with 8GB of RAM. As previously mentioned, the company is yet to officially announce any details regarding the Moto G82 smartphone.
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