Moto XT1920 pops up on FCC, looks like an Android Go phone

Yordan, 18 June 2018

Motorola is preparing the One Power device that should arrive as the successor of the Moto X4 with Stock Android. According to a listing by FCC, the company is also preparing a phone with Android Oreo: Go Edition that has a model name XT1920.

Of course, this might be a standard low-end device, but the phone is listed with 1 GB RAM, meaning it will most likely sport the lite version of Android Oreo.

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The listing shows the XT1920 will also have 16 GB storage and a 2,000 mAh battery. Size-wise the phone will be tall 147.88 mm and wide 71.22 mm, but no word on how thin would it be. Given the fact the Moto is arriving as an extremely affordable device, it is likely to have a standard 16:9 ratio display.

The listing also reveals all markets that will get the device. Western Europe will get a single-sim phone with model number XT1920-15, XT1920-16 with two SIM slots is reserved for EMEA while Latin America is getting both versions with model numbers XT1920-18 and XT1920-19.

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Reader comments

  • Anonymous

Finally, Go with better build quality. Hardware is Motorola best, backed with Google fast update which moto weakness. Great phone

Given the dimensions and the size, it'll be a 5incher tops