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Motorola One Power live images reconfirm display notch and dual cameras

Motorola One Power live images reconfirm display notch and dual cameras
So far, Motorola is one of only a few brands that has avoided the display notch trend entirely, instead opting to stick with more traditional display shapes on its recent smartphones. However, following a leaked press render that appeared online a few weeks back, the first set of Motorola One Power live images confirm it will be the brand’s first notch-bearing smartphone.

The handset in question is reportedly Motorola’s next Android One offering and could potentially act as a replacement for last year’s Moto X4, which would back up rumors that Motorola canceled the Moto X5. However, if the build is anything to go by, the company may be looking to lower the price point. After all, the glass build that was present on last year’s offering is gone in favor of an aluminum body, as seen on the budget Moto E5 and E5 Play. However, unlike these devices, the One Power boasts a dual-camera setup on the rear that is comprised of a main 16-megapixel lens and a secondary 5-megapixel sensor that, together, are coupled with an 8-megapixel selfie camera up front.

Now, moving on to other details, the blog that originally posted the images claims that two bottom-firing speakers sit either side of the included USB Type-C port. Also, if recent information is anything to go by, a large 3,780mAh battery will be keeping the lights on, while Android 8.1 Oreo will ship straight out of the box. Nevertheless, with Android P set to be released towards the end of August, it shouldn’t be too long before the smartphone receives the update.

As confirmed by the blog that released the images, the One Power model depicted in the images is simply a prototype. This means Motorola could potentially still make some design changes before the release or even scrap the device entirely. Nevertheless, if the company does go ahead with the launch, an announcement towards the end of July or beginning of August seems extremely likely when the timeline of the Moto X4 is taken into account.

source: TechinfoBit

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