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Motorola XT2025-1 hits FCC

Motorola XT2025-1 details (Source: Nashville Chatter)
Motorola XT2025-1 details (Source: Nashville Chatter)
While everyone is expecting for the return of the legendary Motorola Razr, the US market should get ready to receive another handset from this brand. Unfortunately, this phone has no official name yet. For now, all we know is that it bears the model name XT2025-1 and was recently listed on the website of the Federal Communications Commission.

Motorola is quite busy nowadays on updating the software for its existing handsets, but there are quite a few upcoming phones in the pipeline as well. In addition to the new iteration — yet to be confirmed — of the legendary Razr, the Motorola One Pro and One Action should also arrive soon. In the US, it looks like the Motorola XT2025-1 is almost market-ready since it has just surfaced on the website of the Federal Communications Commission.

According to the design sketch and the dimensions it reveals, the upcoming Motorola XT2025-1 is apparently large enough to accommodate a display with a diagonal of around 6.4 inches. The specs listed are far from impressing — 2 or 4 GB of memory, 32 or 64 GB of internal storage, as well as a KC40 lithium-ion battery with a 3,000 mAh capacity and 10 W charging.

The FCC has recently approved two Motorola devices, namely the XT2013-1 and XT2013-2, which will probably hit the market as two Motorola One Action variants. An old Geekbench listing for them revealed 4 GB of memory and a Samsung-made Exynos 9609 processor. Sadly, there is no processor-related information for the XT2025-1 to talk about.

In the end, given its rather low specs, the XT2025-1 could be a rugged device with a focus on battery life and improved protection from the elements, but nothing is official yet. If you can spare a few minutes to take a guess, feel free to drop it below. As usual, your comments are appreciated.

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Codrut Nistor, 2019-07- 2 (Update: 2019-07- 2)