Motorola One Power, the adequately-spec'd Android One phone, leaks once again

Motorola One Power, the adequately-spec'd Android One phone, leaks once again
You might have caught a snippet of a certain Motorola One Power device, which would be part of the Android One initiative. This isn't Motorola's first device to take part in Google's stock Android program - last year's Moto X4 was the first one to do so. Yet, the Motorola One Power is already shaping up to be a neat successor.

A new leak originating from TechieNize corroborates the specs we've been hearing for a while now. In particular, the upcoming Motorola One Power will boast a notched 6.2" 1080p display with a resolution of 1080 by 2280 pixels. Right beneath it, if you knew exactly where to looks, you'd likely find a power-efficient yet still decently-powerful Snapdragon 636, 4GB of RAM, and a whole lot of 64GB of storage. 

At the front, we'd likely witness an 8MP camera with an f/2.2 aperture, but the rear camera setup is definitely much more interesting. As per the new leak, the main camera setup will consist of a 12MP + 5MP combo, with f/1.8 and f/2.0 apertures, respectively. 

Battery life devotees will be glad to know that a rather sizeable 3,780mAh battery.

Finally, and most importantly, the Motorola One Power will boast Android 8.1. Of course, it will most likely be as stock as it gets, but we wouldn't be surprised if Motorola throws in an app or two of its own design.

Although there's still nothing specific on pricing, availability, and release date. Yet, a US and European release are extremely likely. 

Now, provided it's priced adequately, Motorola could really be onto something here...


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