Motorola One Power official specs and feature list pop up alongside render
As revealed by multiple leaks previously, the device will sport an aluminum construction complete with a generic vertical camera setup in the corner that includes a 16-megapixel sensor and a secondary 5-megapixel one, and a circular fingerprint scanner on the rear. Additionally, a 6.18-inch notched display up front that sports a chin is present – from the outside, it’s just a typical 2018 smartphone. However, on the inside, the device does include some impressive hardware with a big focus on battery life.
Starting off with the processor, Snapdragon 636 is listed on the official spec sheet alongside the choice of 3GB or 4GB of RAM. Moreover, depending on the model chosen, 32GB or 64GB of internal storage will respectively be included. Regardless of the variant, though, both models will ship with a huge 5,000mAh battery on the inside which also supports fast charging thanks to a 15W charger that is included inside the box. Elsewhere, despite not being displayed on the spec sheet, Android 9 Pie will presumably be included straight out of the box due to the smartphone’s participation in the Android One program. This, in turn, should also help improve battery life thanks to the Adaptive Battery feature that’s included in the software. Speaking of software, Face Unlock is supported and the cameras should both receive AI enhancements.
Currently, while there is no official word surrounding the Motorola One lineup’s official debut, the annual IFA event is set to commence next week and, considering last year’s Moto X4 made its debut at the event, it wouldn’t be surprising to see the Chicago-based brand follow the same schedule with the Motorola One lineup.