Previous hints may have provided a preview of Motorola’s early-2021 luxury mobile device. Today, another one says that the OEM still has quite inexpensive tablets in the process. Motorola seems to have Capri and Capri Plus code-names, one of which can have a display of 90Hz.

Motorola Capri and Capri Plus smartphones specifications got leaked
Photo Credit: TechnikNews (Mockup)

Now it is said that Motorola’s new high-end smartphone runs on a Snapdragon 865 – or perhaps even 888 – CPU and runs Android 11. The same OEM is still working on multiple new devices which will also run this OS, as per new rumors. They can probably wind up in the much lower category, however, relative to the alleged “Nio”

However, they still have interesting modern code-names of their own. The “Capri” (or XT2127) is shown to have an HD+ monitor with a regular 60 hertz (Hz) display and an 8MP depth sensor. The Snapdragon 460, combined with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, could be their SoC.

This system is also now rumored to have 48+8+2+2MP rear cameras, dual SIM, and probably NFC. Motorola could release adjacent a Plus version (or XT2129) (or XT2129). Now it is said that this presumed phone has a refresh rate of 90Hz for its HD+ display. For this higher-end choice, an extra 6GB RAM/128GB storage space option can also exist.

Motorola Capri and Capri Plus smartphones specifications got leaked
Photo Credit: TechnikNews (Mockup)

There could also be 64+13+2+2MP back shooters in the “Capri Plus” TechnikNews released this latest tip in collaboration with Adam Conway, as did the very first “Nio” leak. It does not say which processor is expected to have the latest Plus, though. Even so, for it and its probably cheaper twin, it points to a first-quarter release.

The capacity of the batteries of both Motorola smartphones is not yet specified. With some common characteristics including Android 11 OS, NFC, and double SIM support, these smartphones are expected to launch next year.


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