Motorola is reportedly gearing up to expand its budget G-series soon with the Moto G31. It could come as a successor to the Moto G30, which was launched earlier this year. While we wait for an official announcement, Moto G31 has bagged NCC certification that reveals live-shots, giving a closer look at the phone. The device has been spotted on the certification site with model number XT2173-2.
Live images reveals that Moto G31 has a flat display with a centered punch-hole selfie camera cutout and slightly thick bezels at the bottom. It has a microphone and a 3.5mm headphone jack cutout on the upper side, while on the bottom we can see USB Type-C port, a microphone hole, and a speaker grille on the right-most side.
The Moto G31 features a triple camera island on the back, located on the upper-left side. The camera module highlights 50MP, which is the main sensor and reveals that the phone used “QUAD PIXEL” binning technology. It means that the device will capture 12.5MP resolution images using the pixel binning technology. The fingerprint scanner is embedded inside the circular cutout on the back with Motorola logo.
The phone appears to have a plastic back. It has sim-tray tool on the left side and other necessary buttons and a Google Assistant button is there on the right side. Moto G31 has a 5,000mAh battery and supports 10W fast charging, as revealed the live shots of battery and adapter.
Motorola Moto G31 has also bagged approval from multiple certification authorities including Wi-Fi Alliance, EEC, and NBTC. The Wi-Fi Alliance listing revealed that the device boots Android 11 OS. Motorola has not yet confirmed the arrival of Moto G31, however getting multiple certification hints that the launch is drawing near.