Moto E22i visits US FCC, TDRA database; Could feature dual SIM support: report

The Motorola Moto E22i has reportedly been spotted by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in the United States and the Telecommunications and Digital Government Regulatory Authority (TDRA) in the United Arab Emirates. The Moto E22i is designed to be a budget smartphone. The handset was listed in the UAE’s TDRA database with model number XT2239-19, according to the report. In the US FCC database it says it is listed with multiple model numbers. The report adds that the Moto E22i could feature dual-SIM support with LTE connectivity.

A Motorola handset with model numbers XT2239-20, XT2239-17, and XT2239-9 has been listed in the US FCC database. According to a report by MySmartPrice, citing the US FCC listing, this handset could be the Moto E22i.

The handset could support dual SIM and 4G LTE as per US FCC listing. The database also lists the alleged Moto E22i with support for dual-band Wi-Fi and Bluetooth connectivity. The handset charging adapter would have been registered in several countries. According to the report mentioned above, this suggests that the handset could be launched in the US, UK, India, Europe, China and other regions. The Moto E22i may contain a battery with model number NH40.

The report further reveals that the smartphone has also been spotted on the TDRA database in the United Arab Emirates with the model number XT2239-19. The handset would be listed under parent company Lenovo. In a screenshot shared by the publication, the TDRA listing suggests the Moto E22i moniker for the rumored Motorola smartphone. The company has yet to confirm the moniker and specifications of the smartphone.

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