Motorola’s low-end phone has been certified by 3C and TENAA

Motorola is likely to announce a bunch of new smartphones very soon, judging by all the testimonials recently. The supposed Motorola Edge 40 Pro passed through TENAA and the FCC this month, which is likely to be accompanied by the vanilla Motorola Edge 40 as well. Today, 3C and TENAA listings have surfaced, indicating that another third Motorola smartphone is in the pipeline.

In both documents, the phone is referred to as XT2335-3. As usual, the 3C listing doesn’t reveal much, but the TENAA listing has some key specs for us. The screen is a 6.5 inch IPS LCD with a modest 720 x 1600 pixels resolution and an unnamed octa core CPU with main cores running at 2.2GHz.

Screenshot of the TENAA listing

Screenshot of the TENAA listing

Interestingly, the phone will come in 4GB, 6GB, 8GB, 12GB, and 64GB, 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB storage variants. These configurations seem like overkill for an ultra-budget smartphone. A 5,000mAh battery will power all of these devices.

The camera department is equipped with a 50MP main camera backed by a 2MP camera. At the front, Motorola will feature an 8MP selfie camera.

Perhaps the next time we hear about this device will be during an official Motorola announcement, noting that it has cleared the usual Chinese certification procedures.