Back in May, Motorola released the Moto G4 family, including the regular one, the Plus and the Play. Announced only in Latin America and not in India or Europe, little information had been shared about the G4 Play.
Today, the FCC approved the device, with its formal name being Motorola XT1607. We already know the specs for the device, like its 5" 720p screen and its 8MP camera. Now we also know thanks to the FCC documents that the US version will come with 16GB internal memory. Here's the label that will come in its back, with the on-board memory, "Designed by Motorola" and "Made in China" labels.
Expect it to hit Amazon and other retailers soon. Motorola will probably go with the unlocked route with this one too, just like with the G4 and G4 Plus.