Motorola has not yet announced the second-generation Moto C series but renders of the Moto C2 and C2 Plus leaked last month. Now, there are reports that the Moto C2 may launch as an Android Go phone.
There is no proof to back up the report but seeing as the phone will come with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of storage according to FCC documents, it may as well just launch with Android Oreo (Go Edition) instead of the regular Android Oreo.
The Moto C2 has the model number XT1920 and already received approval in Europe and Asia a while back. Now that it has been seen at the FCC, we expect it to launch in North America too. The documents also reveal it will have a battery of between 2000mAh and 2100mAh and should have a screen size between 5 and 5.2-inches judging from its 147.88 x 71.22 dimensions.
Based on the renders of the device that leaked last month, the Moto C2 should come with a polycarbonate body, thick bezels on the front, and a front selfie flash.