Moto E7 receives FCC, NBTC, and TUV certifications; battery, charging specs revealed

Moto E7 launch seems to be around the corner as the phone has received the FCC, NBTC, and TUV certifications now.

Highlights
  • Moto E7 launch could be around the corner
  • The phone has received the FCC, NBTC, and TUV certifications
  • Moto E7 battery capacity and charging support has been revealed

Moto E7 with model number XT2095-3 has received the FCC, NBTC, and TUV certifications ahead of launch. The smartphone has been rumoured about for several months now and there is still no word on a launch date yet. But the latest set of certifications suggest the phone may release any day now. 91mobiles had previously brought you exclusive live images of the device back in July. We also learned the Moto E7 price in the European market. Now, the Moto E7 listing on FCC, NBTC, and TUV reveals a few more details about the smartphone. 

Also read: Moto E7 price revealed, launching globally this month

The NBTC certification doesn’t tell us much apart from the fact that the Moto XT2095-3 model belongs to the Moto E7. Meanwhile, the XT2095-1 variant of the phone was spotted on FCC with accessories listed, including AC Adapter, Battery, Earphone, and USB Cable, which should all be included in the box. 

The KG40 battery model was also spotted on the TUV certification, revealing the battery capacity of the Moto E7. The smartphone will pack a 4,000mAh battery as per the listing. It will also come with a standard 5W charging in the box. That’s pretty much all we can gather from the certifications. 

Moto E7 price is tipped to be €120 (approx Rs 10,400) in the European market. The smartphone was previously rumoured to come with a 6.2-inch HD+ LCD display, Snapdragon 632 processor, 2GB RAM, and 32GB internal storage. The Moto E7 may also offer a 12MP + 2MP dual-camera setup at the back and a 5MP selfie camera.