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Motorola Moto G71 approved by Anatel for sale in Brazil – it’s all in technology

Motorola has expanded its smartphone catalog in 2021 with the launch of several new features. In its official store in Brazil, consumers find options such as the Moto G30, G60s and Moto G100. However, a new model called Moto G71 recently got the approval of Anatel for sale in the country.

According to the homologation document, the Moto G71 has the model number XT2169-1. In short, this is the same version published in the TENAA documents in China. In addition, the document reveals that there are units that are manufactured in Jaguariúna (SP) and in China.

Regarding its features, the certification reveals the presence of an NG50 battery, with a nominal capacity of 4700 mAh and a nominal voltage of 3877 VDC. As a result, we can expect a typical capacity of 5,000 mAh. In addition, the smartphone will support 5G networks, Bluetooth and Wi-Fi.

A document proving the Moto G71 homologation in Anatel (Photo: Collaboration / Tecnoblog)

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According to an earlier report, the Moto G71 has received FCC certification confirming entry into two carrier segments. It will also feature NFC (Instant Pay) support and a standard 3.5mm headphone jack.

For now, Motorola is still secretive about the launch of the Moto G71. However, the fact that it has already been approved by Anatel suggests that the announcement in Brazil will take place very soon.

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