The Moto G62 5G could launch very soon as it has been listed on the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). A report suggests that this smartphone has been listed in the United States FCC with XT2223-2 as the model number. The charger for the Moto G62 5G smartphone has been registered for use in the United States, Europe, United Kingdom, Australia, Brazil and India.
The report suggests that two smartphones from the Moto G62 5G lineup with model number XT2223-1 and XT2223-2 were spotted on the Wi-Fi Alliance database. It is tipped that these handsets will run on a skin based on Android 12 and will have support for dual-band Wi-Fi.
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Motorola’s Moto G62 5G: Expected specifications
A tipster had revealed that the Moto G62 5G could come with a display that will feature Full HD+ resolution and a higher refresh rate Apart from this, it will pack up to 8 GB RAM/128 GB internal storage capacity and it will be provided with a side-mounted fingerprint scanner as well
On the camera front, the handset could get a quad rear camera unit and the front camera could come inside the hole punch cutout on the display The tipster further added that a 6,000 mAh battery with support for 33 W fast charging could back the Moto G62 5G handset
The Lenovo-owned company brought the Moto G52 5G handset to the Indian market a couple of days back with a 90 Hz pOLED display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 680 chipset under the hood
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