Entry-Level Moto C (XT1750) Receives Bluetooth Certification

An upcoming smartphone from Chinese tech giant Lenovo has been certified by the Bluetooth SIG. The device carries the model number XT1750, and is expected to be launched as the Moto C according to persistent rumors. While the listing doesn’t reveal a whole lot about the hardware specs of the device in question, it does indicate that the phone will be compliant with the Bluetooth v4.2 standard. While Lenovo is yet to say anything officially about its upcoming Moto C lineup, recent rumors have suggested that it will be an entry-level range aimed at the pre-paid market, and will very likely be launched at some stage in the coming months.

According to recent reports, Lenovo will launch not one, but two devices as part of its first-generation Moto C lineup later this year. The Moto C and Moto C Plus will apparently sit a notch below the Moto E range, and are said to feature entry-level hardware for the most part. According to rumors, the Moto C will feature a 5-inch FWVGA (854 x 480) display and will be powered by the MediaTek MT6737M SoC. While the device was previously reported to have a 2,300mAh battery inside, more recent reports have suggested that it will actually be a 2,350mAh battery that will keep the lights on in the upcoming handset. The Moto C will apparently also have a 3G-only model that will be sold in some markets around the world alongside a regular 4G-enabled version.

The upcoming Moto C will apparently ship with just the 1GB of RAM across all its variants, along with either 8GB or 16GB of storage depending on the model. All versions, however, are expected to come with microSD card slots for capacity expansion. Imaging options on the Moto C will reportedly include a 5-megapixel primary camera on the back and a 2-megapixel secondary camera on the front, both of which are believed to be accompanied by an LED flash each. While the Moto C has only just received its Bluetooth certification, the device was cleared last month by the FCC and also received its Wi-Fi certification earlier this month, so it will be interesting to see how long it now takes for Lenovo to make it official.

You May Like These
More Like This:
Android Headlines We Are Hiring Apply Now