The Motorola "Nio" phone will ship with a 5000mAh battery and a 20W power brick: new leak
According to some recent leaks, Motorola has a new phone with a high-end Qualcomm chipset in the works. It is said to be called the XT2125-4, or, alternatively, Nio. More evidence that this device exists and has a launch near to hand has emerged courtesy of the FCC.
This body has approved a Motorola phone with this model number for sale in the US. Its new page on the Commission's website confirms that it is a 5G device. Moreover, it shows that it has an LZ50 battery and will ship with an MC-20X power brick from its OEM.
These are also found in the recently-released Moto G 5G Plus, and most likely means that the "Nio" has a battery with a 5000mAh capacity that can charge at up to 20W. Therefore, it may be able to charge at the same top rate as an iPhone 12.
Recently, fresher tips about a flagship-grade Motorola Edge S have emerged. To date, it is not clear whether it and the "Nio" are one and the same. The latter is currently predicted to get the Snapdragon 865 (or possibly even 865+) processor, whereas there is still a chance the "Edge S" could debut with the newer 888 SoC.
The "Nio" - presuming it is a discrete device - is also thought to rock triple rear cameras with the OmniVision OV64B as a main sensor, an Android 11-based OS and a highly unusual 105 hertz (Hz) refresh rate for its (also Moto G 5G Plus-esque) double punch-hole display. However, it still lacks a concrete date for its unveiling.