The Motorola Capri Plus leaks: the new mid-range by 2021


Among these phones is expected to be their next high-end, from which some specifications were already leaked this month. Alongside this device, the manufacturer will create a new range of phones, which would be released with the name Motorola Capri, where there would be a normal model and the Plus model.

The first of the phones in this range would be the Motorola Capri Plus, which should not take too long to reach the market. This model has already gone through FCC certification in the United States, giving way to some of its specifications, so that we have an idea about this model.

So will the Motorola Capri Plus

The Motorola Capri Plus would be a phone within the manufacturer's mid-range. The phone would make use of Qualcomm Snapdragon 662 as a processor, a known chip within the mid-range on Android. Next to that processor, we would expect an Adreno 610 GPU and a 4 GB RAM. Also, it would already come with Android 11 as standard.

This model has also already appeared in some media, thanks to what some more specifications are known. The phone would have a screen with a refresh rate of 90 Hz, in addition to an HD+ resolution. There would also be two combinations of RAM and storage (4/64 GB and 6/128 GB). As for cameras, in the rear, there would be four: 64 Mpx main sensor, ultra-wide-angle 8 Mpx, 2 Mpx bokeh sensor and 2 Mpx macro and a 13 Mpx front. Also, it would have a 5,000 mAh battery with 20W fast charging.

Next to this model, we can expect the Motorola Capri, a somewhat simpler model. This phone will use Snapdragon 460 as a processor, along with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage. Your screen would have a notch in the form of a water drop, with HD resolution. On the rear four cameras (main 48 Mpx, wide-angle 8 Mpx, macro 2 Mpx and depth of 2 Mpx). Its battery would also be 5,000 mAh, with 10W charge.

This new range of Motorola Capri will be on the market sometime in 2021, although at the moment it is not known when. Surely these next few weeks we know more, especially after having passed the Plus model and FCC certification.

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