Moto G30

This year’s Moto G30 will be replaced with a mid-range phone named the Moto G31. The Wi-Fi Alliance, Thailand’s NBTC, and Europe’s EEC just accepted the G31. Taiwan’s NCC has now approved the gadget. The certification showed the smartphone’s real-life pictures and functionalities.

The Moto G31 live pictures at NCC showed a punch-hole display with a chin. On the device’s top edge is a 3.5mm audio port and a mic. Its left side includes a SIM card port while its right edge has three buttons: Google Assistant, volume rocker, and power.

The Moto G31’s bottom edge has a microphone, USB-C connector, and speaker grille. The Motorola branding on the rear panel seems to be a fingerprint scanner. On the rear, a triple camera unit seems to be present. A closer look shows a 50-megapixel main camera.

NCC also has a battery picture for the Moto G31. It indicates a 4,850mAh battery. Its charge picture indicates it supports 10W charging. Other certifications indicate it may arrive with Android 11 OS preinstalled.

The Moto G31’s additional features remain a secret. Now that the G31 has received key approvals, it looks to be ready to ship this month.