21 September 2021
Lenovo-owned Motorola seems to have a new phone in its pipeline, which it might bring out soon. Well, nothing is official about this phone yet but a leak has surfaced that not only reveals its design but also some key specifications.
As per a new tweet from the notable tipster Evan Blass, the device in question is Moto E20 and its model number is XT2155-1, whereas the codename is Aruba.
Motorola Moto E20 (XT2155-1 / "Aruba"): 6.5" HD+, 2GB/32GB, Android 11, 1.6GHz octa-core, 13MP + 2MP | 5MP, 4000mAh— Evan (@evleaks) August 26, 2021
Also, Motorola "Cyprus" is the Moto E30. pic.twitter.com/WbdOGm12Rd
He further reveals some key specifications as well. These include a 6.5-inch HD+ display, Android 11 OS, 2GB RAM, and 32GB storage, 1.6GHz octa-core processor, though the name of the processor is currently unknown. However, in a reply to someone, Blass has clarified the SoC is not from Qualcomm.
The phone is said to be having dual camera sensors on the back, with 13MP primary and 2MP secondary lenses. As evident in the leaked renderings as well, the back panel has a separate module to house the “AI Dual Camera” and LED flash as well.
The display features a waterdrop-style notch to carry a 5MP camera. The USB charging port and the speaker grille sit at the bottom edge and a 3.5mm audio jack is seen on the top edge of the smartphone.
As per the other shared details, the alleged Moto E20 packs a 4,000mAh battery capacity. Blass has also hinted that one more Motorola device by the codename “Cyprus” is also in the works and might launch by its marketing name Moto E30.