Motorola One Vision, which was launched earlier in India for Rs 19,999, gets dubbed as Motorola P50 in the Chinese markets. Motorola has now officially launched the Motorola P50 smartphone as a non-Android One phone for China; hence, there won’t be Google services available as on the Motorola One Vision launched in the country.
Lenovo-owned Motorola P50 smartphone was earlier teased by the company’s VP, Chang-Cheng on his Weibo post (a Chinese micro-blogging website). Chang has put up all the specifications prior to the launch of what to expect from the new device. Motorola P50 comes with a 6.34-inch Full HD+ punch-hole display that achieves an aspect ratio of 21:9, which is further protected by Corning Gorilla Glass.
Under the hood, the specific processor which powers the Motorola P50 is still unclear, however, going by the earlier reports it is believed that the Exynos 9609 SoC with Mali G72 MP3 GPU powers the device similar to what we have seen on the Motorola One Vision smartphone. While the One VIsion featured 4GB RAM and 128GB onboard storage, the Motorola P50 comes with 6GB of RAM and 128GB built-in storage.
As for the cameras, the Motorola P50 is equipped with dual rear cameras comprising of a 48MP primary sensor with f/1.7 aperture and a 5MP secondary sensor. Up front, the device hosts a 25MP selfie shooter in the punch hole on the top. The Motorola P50 is powered by a 3500mAh battery that further comes with fast charge support. On the connectivity front, the Motorola P50 comes Bluetooth 5.0 support, USB Type-C Wi-Fi, and LTE. For authentication, the device comes with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor along with Face unlock as well.
Lastly, as for the pricing, the Motorola P50 is launched in China for CNY 2499 (Rs 25,000 approx) for the 6G+128GB variant. And, the sale supposedly to start from July 15. Stay connected to PhoneRadar for more such interesting updates.