After just recently unveiling the budget Moto E40, Motorola is apparently also preparing to flesh out its G-series, with a Motorola G Pure already featured in recent leaks and now also joined by a Moto G71, as well as a G51.
The Moto G71 was just recently spotted in an FCC filing, going by the XT2169-1 model number, previously associated with the "Corfu" codename and the G71. The G71 is a 5G handset, with dual-SIM support and n5, n7, n66, n77, and n78 5G bands. Also mentioned in the documents - an MC300 series charger and an NG50 battery pack, which has a 5,000 mAh capacity.
Apparently, the Moto G71 will also have NFC and potentially a 3.5mm jack, as well, since the FCC filing does mention Motorola MH191 earphones, presumably bundled with the phone.
As for the Moto G51 5G - it popped-up on GeekBench recently, without revealing too much about itself. It will probably be powered by a Snapdragon 750G chipset, alongside 4GB of RAM and reportedly run on Android 11.
We haven't heard anything about a potential launch date yet, but it shouldn't be too long now. Perhaps we'll see the G71 5G and G51 5G by the end of the month.
First I don't *like* mtk chips I think thier better than qualcomm chips and for the overheat part cough cough sd 888 cough
Man all Motorolaas have good software had many in my life and were more than satisfied.
Maybe you like MTK chips overheat