Motorola XT2025-1 hits FCC
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.