Motorola recently launched the new Moto G-series and Moto E-series smartphones. While these devices are yet to be made available in the majority of the markets, a new Moto device called Motorola One Power is now leaked online. As of now, the Motorola One is unofficially confirmed to launch in the U.S. However, we need to wait for the official confirmation about the availability of this device in other markets.
Motorola One Power ‘Android One’ Smartphone Leaked
(May 30th, 2018)
It’s interesting that the company has named it as Motorola One Power and not Moto One Power. The device comes with a metal body with rounded corners and curved edges. The device will be launched as Android One device and comes with guaranteed monthly security patch updates and two major Android updates. Last year’s Moto X4 is also an Android One device and the company is now rumored to abandon the X-series.
On the front, the Motorola One Power sports a notch display. We are seeing the notch on a Motorola smartphone for the time and also its relatively bigger than the notches seen on other Android devices. There are also relatively thicker bezels on the top and bottom of the device. On the bottom chin, we can also see the Motorola branding. On the rear, there are dual rear cameras with LED flash in the middle.
Also, the device lacks the Moto dimple on the rear. However, we can find the Moto M logo on the circular fingerprint sensor. While the power button and volume rocker are placed on the right edge, the SIM card is on the left edge.
Motorola One Power Specifications Revealed, to 16MP Front & Rear Cameras
(June 4th, 2018)
Motorola is said to launch a new Android One smartphone called Motorola One Power in the US in the coming weeks. While the press renders of the device are already leaked online, there are also a few live images shows the huge notch on the top of the display. Today, we also got to know some key specifications of the device. As seen in the leaked image, the device comes with a metal unibody design.
It will be coming with a 19:9 display with Full HD+ (2280 x 1080 pixels) resolution. Under the hood is the 64-bit Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Mobile Platform coupled with Kryo 260 CPU and Adreno 509 GPU. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is the first smartphone to come powered by this new processor. The Motorola One Power packs 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. We also expect to see other storage variants during the official launch event.
In the camera department, the device sports dual rear cameras featuring 16MP primary sensor with f/1.8 aperture and a 5MP secondary sensor with f/2.0 aperture. For selfies, the Motorola One Power has a 16MP front camera with f/1.9 aperture. It is backed by a 3,780mAh non-removable battery and should support Turbo Charging technology. As mentioned earlier, the Moto dimple on the rear also features a fingerprint sensor.
As of now, we are yet to get the other details including the specifications and pricing. Stay tuned on Phone Radar for more details about the upcoming Motorola One Power smartphone.
Latest: Moto One Power Spotted on Live Images
Last month, we came to know about the new Android One smartphone from Motorola called One Power. The first look of the device was revealed by the leaked press renders. Now, the live images of the device are now leaked online. We can see the front camera, sensors, and earpiece on the notch. While the notch looks bigger than other Android smartphones, it smaller than the one on the iPhone X.
The vertically stacked dual rear cameras will be slightly protruding out of the body. On the bottom edge, we can see USB Type-C port along with a speaker grill. We don’t think, Motorola will be offering stereo speakers on this device. There is no Moto dimple on this device, but the Moto M logo is printed on the rear-facing fingerprint sensor. Since the device images came from India, we can expect it to be launched in India along with other markets.
In India, the company might launch the Motorola One Power as Moto One or Moto One Power. However, it will still be the Android One device and gets at least two guaranteed major Android updates. Stay tuned on PhoneRadar for more details!