An upcoming Motorola smartphone has surfaced on the Federal Communications Commission (FFC) database. The codename of the device is ‘Blackjack,’ and it may launch soon. The new Motorola smartphone that spotted in the FCC (Federal Communications Commission) certification bears the model name XT2055-2. Unfortunately, the certification agency hasn’t revealed the exact phone name; however, it is expected that the device will be a mid-range smartphone and will have a large battery. The Motorola’s upcoming phone may come with a 5,000 mAh battery, and it will not feature dual-band Wi-Fi.
According to the FCC database, the phone will measure 175mm diagonally, and it flaunts a 6.6 inches large display. Moreover, other variants of Motorola ‘Blackjack’ have also appeared on FCC certification, and it seems that these will also arrive soon alongside Motorola XT2055-2 phone. The other variants are Motorola XT2043 (it will feature a 4,000mAh battery), Motorola XT2045, and XT2052. On the other hand, the XT2053 model recently spotted on Thailand’s NBTC certification site where it mentioned the name of the handset as the Lenovo K11. The K11 is rumored to be a mid-range smartphone with a 6.2-inch water-drop display and Android 9 Pie software.