Moto is reportedly working on the Motorola Penang, a lower-end smartphone. The state of Penang is in Malaysia. The design of Motorola Penang has been revealed by tipper Evan Blass.
GadgetGang shared the image, which shows the smartphone will have flat sides and rounded corners. On the left, two camera cutouts are visible on the back. The device has a thick chin and a prominent top bezel. Centered punch-hole cuts out the front camera.
Additionally, the report mentions that the handset has the same root code as the Penang4G and Penang+, but this does not necessarily mean they will all debut together. Additionally, all three main U.S. carriers as well as Cricket, Dish, and Tracfone will offer the Penang 5G North American variant XT-2313.
Separately, Motorola XT2335-3 has been TENAA and 3C certified. According to the listeners, the drive will have a 6.5-inch LCD screen with a resolution of 720*1600 pixels. An octa-core chipset will power the device. You will be able to choose RAM from 4GB up to 12GB, as well as storage from 64GB to 512GB.
A 50-megapixel primary camera and a 2-megapixel secondary sensor will be on the back. Its front camera is 8-megapixels. Lastly, the device will have 162.7×74.6×8.1(mm) dimensions and it will weigh 183gms.