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Motorola One Power to feature notch display, Snapdragon 636 SoC

Motorola is working on an Android One smartphone which will be called Motorola One Power. Recently, a rendered image of the new Moto phone had been leaked which was spotted with the name Motorola One Power as well. Now, another official render of the Motorola One Power smartphone along with some key specs have surfaced online.

A popular Motorola smartphone leaker, Andri Yatim has posted another image of the upcoming Android One phone. According to the leaked specs by Andri Yatim, the smartphone will be a successor to the Moto X4 because the Moto X5 development has been canceled by the company.

Motorola One Power Features


Credits-Andri Yatim via Twitter

The “Motorola One” is going to be a new series from Motorola with Android One powered smartphones. Looking at the design of the smartphone, the leaked renders shows that Motorola is going to follow the Notch display trend and at the chin is going to be the Motorola branding.

The rear camera will sport a dual sensor setup with vertical orientation just like the iPhone X. The smartphone has a circular dimple at the back with the Motorola logo on it which might also be the fingerprint sensor. The smartphone has Android One branding at the bottom part of the back.

The smartphone will run on the Android P version as we can clearly see the navigation gesture from the latest Android P beta. This confirms that the smartphone will get the update or might get released with the Android P running out of the box.

Rest of the leaked specifications includes a 6 inches display and Snapdragon 636 SoC. At the back will be a dual camera setup including a 16MP sensor and a 5MP sensor. The selfie camera might be a 16MP shooter with f/1.9 aperture size.

There is no information about the launch of the Motorola One Power but the smartphone might get revealed at the Computex 2018 event along with the Moto Z3 Play. 


Abhishek Bhatnagar

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