Part of the New Motorola Lineup Gets FCC Certification

After numerous leaks of images that in recent weeks have enabled us to frame shapes and design the next Moto X and Moto G 2015, this morning the FCC has released all the documentation of the first three device of the upcoming Motorola lineup, that may still not be the only ones who will be announced shortly.

Motorola “Kinzie” for all operators (FCC ID IHDT56UC1)

Discovered last week thanks to GFXbench, Motorola “Kinzie” should be equipped with 5.5 inch screen, 3 GB RAM, 810 WQHD Snapdragon processor and a powerful back front combined with a 5MP camera 20MP. According to the FCC documentation confirms the standard support LTE-A, MiMo WiFi, turbo charging charge but especially the fact that this device is ready to be marketed globally compatible with all networks in addition to those UStoand Verizon.

A top of the range in every respect, fully unlocked and ready for any phone carrier.

Motorola Moto G (3rd Gen) or new DROID? (FCC ID IHDT56UB1)

Less clear the picture regarding Moto G 3rd generation, according to the documentation tagIHDT56UB1. The model certified by the FCC might be more like a new terminal of the line Droid, sold only in the US, as it would only frequencies compatible with Verizon, removable back cover, however it also unites with the series Moto G, but especially resolutions that would lead to a terminal with at least 5.2 inches, much larger than the two previous G series models.

Moto G (3rd Gen) for Sprint? (FCC ID IHDT56QG6)

We conclude with another device that might just be the Moto G 3rd generation devoted exclusively to the operator Sprint. The dimensions correspond exactly to the previous generation model, the rear shroud would be removable and also lacking Wi-Fi 802.11 ac, the latest connectivity standards.

An entry-level then, that might just be the next Moto G 2015.

These are the latest information from the FCC regarding the new Motorola lineup for this year, the presentation should take place in the next month with many other new products.