The mysterious Motorola Hanip, Moto G30 and unknown models are certified in India

The mysterious Motorola Hanip, Moto G30 and unknown models are certified in India

Motorola is getting closer to introducing a new generation of more powerful smartphones in the Moto G line. With the Moto G50 and Moto G100 getting more and more details, it is now the turn of the future phones of the brand, such as the Moto G30, the mysterious project Hanip, And another unknown device, obtain certification.

Revealed to Strainer Mukul Sharma on Twitter, or on model XT-2135 This was certified by the Indian agency BIS (similar to Brazilian ANATEL), confirming that the model will be introduced in India soon, but without expanding the device’s specifications.

In addition, two other devices received the same certification: The XT-2129, Formerly known as Capri Plus and announced as the Moto G30, and XT-2147, Which remains anonymous, given the lack of details.

Known simply as the Motorola HANIP because of its code name, Motorola’s intermediate smartphone should integrate the Moto G line and offer a Snapdragon 675 processor, with it being more powerful than the Moto G50.

The model will also have variants of RAM up to 6 GB and storage up to 128 GB, in addition to giving more prominence to the set of cameras, jumping into the main sensor of 108 MP, wide-angle lens MP with 16 K sensor, lens 8 MP 2MP sensor for telephoto and depth data.

The smartphone should also have two front cameras with 32 MP and 16 MP sensors. More information about the HANIP project and future Motorola phones is expected to be revealed in the coming days.

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