More potential next-gen Moto G phones surface as FCC and Geekbench listings
The run-up to Motorola's 2021 cycle of its affordable Moto G-series mobile devices featured leaks pointing to their new and often quite decent specs, looks and range of intriguing geographical code-names. Now, it seems this kind of mystique is ramping up again with relation to successors for devices such as the Moto G30 that might emerge in the near future.
Now, the latest tips indicate that it will be joined by an upgrade for the G50 5G as well, as a device of this name has just materialized on Geekbench. The new leak suggests it will reprise existing core Moto G specs such as Android 11 and 4GB of RAM.
It also hints that this "Moto G51" will be powered by an SoC with specs corresponding to those of the Snapdragon 750G. Meanwhile, another new Motorola device has turned up in the hands of FCC testers. This leak does not reveal much about the "XT2169-1" thus far, besides that it has 5G with NFC, and might have a 3.5mm jack.
Interestingly, this device is being touted as the "Moto G71" on this leak's release to Twitter, which is strange as there is no G70. Nevertheless, it is possible that this phone (currently thought to have the code-name corfu whereas the Moto G31 and G51 might have variations on cyprus) will come to occupy a new tier between the existing G60s and flagship G100.