The FCC Listing for the Moto G54 has Revealed its Upcoming 5G Capabilities:
A new smartphone from Motorola codenamed “Moto G54 5G” is currently in the works. It is anticipated that the G54 5G, like its predecessor, the G53 5G, will fall somewhere in the lower to middle-range price bracket. It was just a short while ago that it was discovered on the FCC database, and right now it can be located on the TDRA website.
Motorola has plans to launch two brand-new G-series smartphones in the near future. For the past few days, rumors regarding the forthcoming Moto G54 5G and Moto G84 5G have been circulating online, despite the fact that the company has not yet made the speculations official. After the Moto G84 5G, the Moto G54 5G was discovered on the website that the US FCC uses for certification purposes. This website reveals some of the most important aspects of a phone before it is actually introduced to the public.
Listing provided by the FCC for the Moto G54 5G:
The soon-to-be-released Moto G54 5G, also known as “Cancun 5G,” has been discovered on the website of the United States Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The model number for this device is XT-2343-1, and its codename is “Cancun 5G.” The listing demonstrates that there is support for 5G connectivity as well as NFC across a number of bands (n2, n5, n7, n26, and n66). There is a glaringly obvious SD card slot, which is also mentioned in the section of the listing devoted to Supporting Units.
According to the FCC listing, additional components consist of a PC50 battery that has a capacity of 5,640mAh as well as an MC-202L 20W TurboPower Wall charging adapter. On the other hand, the Moto G84 5G, bearing the model numbers XT2347-2 and XT2347-1, has only recently been discovered on the FCC certification platform. This listing suggests that the upcoming electronic device will be equipped with a battery that has a capacity of 5,000 mAh and will support 33-watt rapid charging. The Moto G84 5G was also seen on the website for the UAE’s TDRA certification, but the website did not reveal any significant information about the device.