The alleged Motorola Moto G9 Plus has already been spotted on TUV Rheinland Japan’s website
Moto G9 Plus may have been listed on the FCC certification website
It has already been spotted on various certification platforms
Moto G9 Plus will have a battery with the MG50 model number
Motorola Moto G9 Plus smartphone appears to have passed the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) certification. The listing also reveals some key information, like the battery, of the smartphone with model number XT2087-1. As per the document, the phone will come equipped with a battery with the MG50 model number. As per Danish certification database, this particular battery model is said to have a 4,700mAh rated capacity. This essentially confirms the previous report which claimed the phone will house a 4,700mAh battery.
As per the FCC listing, first spotted by Dealntech, the Moto G9 Plus has charger model numbers as SC-301/ SC-302/ SC-303/ SC-305/ SC-306/ SC-307/ SC-309 (the last digit represents different regions). A phone with model number XT2087-1 (along with XT2087-2) has already been spotted on TUV Rheinland Japan's website. This listing suggested that the smartphone will have 30W fast charging support, however, it did not mention the capacity of the charger that will be bundled with the handset.
Moreover, the smartphones with XT2087-1 and XT2087-2 model numbers were also mentioned in an EEC listing that was published last month, and was independently verified by Gadgets 360. For those unaware, the alleged Moto G9 Plus was also seen listed on Spanish online retailer ParatuPC, with a price tag of EUR 277.15 (roughly Rs. 24,000) for the 4GB RAM and 128GB storage variant. Since there's a mention of two model numbers, it is highly likely that there is another variant in the offing.
Now that the alleged Moto G9 Plus has reportedly got a green from a few major certifications authorities, it means that the smartphone may be launched soon. Motorola, however, has not shared any information in this regard. Recently, Motorola launched the Moto G 5G Plus with a 5,000mAh battery and 20W TurboPower charging, in Europe.
Sourabh Kulesh is a Chief Sub Editor at Gadgets 360. He has worked in a national daily newspaper, a news agency, a magazine and now writing technology news online. He has knowledge on a wide gamut of topics related to cybersecurity, enterprise and consumer technology. Write to email@example.com or get in touch on Twitter through his handle @KuleshSourabh.