Motorola is getting ready to launch a slew of new phones in the coming months. Motorola Edge Berlin, Motorola Edge Kyoto, and Motorola Edge PStar are rumored to be in development. We’ve already seen a few specifications of these handsets, thanks to Techniknews, ahead of their launch. The Motorola Edge PStar is codenamed Sierra internally, according to the publication, and has the model number XT2153. MySmartPrice has now discovered multiple certifications for this upcoming handset. Before its official release, the Motorola Edge PStar (XT2153) has passed 3C, Wi-Fi, and EEC certifications. Let’s take a closer look at this.
Ahead of its launch, Motorola Edge PStar receives 3C, Wi-Fi Alliance, and EEC certification
Looking at the 3C certification listing, we can see that the Motorola Edge PStar has the model number XT2153-1. According to the 3C certification, the device will support 33W fast charging and 5G connectivity. The phone is listed with the same XT2153-1 model number in the Wi-Fi Alliance certification details. According to the Wi-Fi listing, the Motorola Edge PStar will come pre-installed with Android 11. According to the document, the phone will be certified on June 17, 2021. Finally, the device has been discovered on the EEC certification website. The EEC certification doesn’t reveal any details about this upcoming smartphone’s specifications, but it does reveal the model number, which is XT2153-1.
In terms of specifications, the device is expected to launch with either the Snapdragon 870 or Snapdragon 865 chipset. The Motorola Edge PStar is expected to be available in three colors: black, blue, and white. The phone is said to have 6GB/8GB and 12GB RAM, as well as 128GB and 512GB of storage. The phone is expected to have a triple-camera setup in terms of optics. The smartphone could have a 108MP main camera, a 16MP ultra-wide-angle lens, and an 8MP telephoto lens on the back. A 32MP camera unit may be included in the handset for selfies and video calls.
The handset’s other specifications, such as display size, design, and battery capacity, are currently unknown. We can expect Motorola to officially announce the smartphone in the coming weeks, now that the device has begun to appear on multiple certifications.
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