Motorola's mysterious pop-up camera phone might be the One Hyper

Motorola's mysterious pop-up camera phone might be the One Hyper
Motorola has already released the One Vision, One Action, One Zoom, and One Macro this year but it’s not stopping there. New information points towards a fifth model that’ll arrive in the near future and be marketed as the Motorola One Hyper.

Unlike recent Motorola-branded smartphones, this particular device is expected to debut with an all-screen design that makes use of a 6.4-inch LCD display, impressively thin bezels and a new pop-out camera system. The latter includes a 32-megapixel selfie sensor and aligns perfectly with the vertical camera setup and stripe that are featured on the back of the phone.

As leaked images have previously revealed, the stripe on the One Hyper’s rear is home to the ‘Motorola One’ branding and the company’s famous batwing logo. The camera module, on the other hand, includes a 64-megapixel primary camera and a dedicated depth sensor. 
Powering the One Hyper will be the not-so-hyper Snapdragon 675 which Motorola has previously used inside the Moto Z4 and One Zoom. The chipset is reportedly paired with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage as standard, although other configurations are certainly possible.

A 3,600mAh battery paired with fast charging should complete the package alongside a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner that’s surrounded by an LED ring that’ll likely double as a notification light. Lastly, reports suggest the phone will ship with Android 10 pre-installed.

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2 Comments

1. jellmoo

Posts: 2645; Member since: Oct 31, 2011

Great strategy. Release a dozen incredibly similar mid-range devices... for... reasons...

3. shafayatsohail

Posts: 39; Member since: Jan 14, 2016

anything is better than a notch

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