A Motorola smartphone with model XT2087-1 has recently received certification from the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). The XT2087-1 model is believed to be the upcoming Moto G9 Plus. A few days ago, a report from GSMArena revealed that the device will pack a 4700 mAh battery, which can be charged at up to 30W speeds.
The FCC listing reveals the device will feature dual-band Wi-Fi, NFC, FM Radio, and Bluetooth BR/EDR/LE. Not much is known about this handset from the listing. However, FCC documents mention the battery model number for Moto G9 Plus as MG50 and the charger model number as SC-301/ SC-302/ SC-303/ SC-305/ SC-306/ SC-307/ SC-309 (the last digit represents different regions).
Now, when we checked the battery model MG50 on the Danish certification database, we found that Moto G9 Plus’s battery will be backed by a 4700 mAh rated capacity. We believe the typical capacity will be 5000 mAh. The reason is that the recently announced Moto G 5G Plus’s LZ50 battery has 4700 mAh rated capacity, but its typical capacity is 5000 mAh.
Furthermore, FCC certification also suggests that Moto G9 Plus should be available in the US and Europe, at least. Earlier, a Spanish online retailer website listed the Moto G9 Plus with a 4GB+128GB memory configuration. The listing also shows its price as EUR 277.15 (roughly Rs. 23,700). More details about the Moto G9 Plus should surface in the coming weeks.