Motorola One Power specs leak out detailing dual-camera setup

Motorola One Power specs leak out detailing dual-camera setup
After two previous leaks revealed official renders of Motorola’s upcoming One Power, various tweets now confirm a number of the smartphone’s hardware details such as the processor and dual-camera setup.

Commencing on the inside of the Motorola One Power, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 636 is said to be included, matching the processor seen inside the Moto G6 Plus, while this will be coupled with a very respectable 6GB of RAM. Also, completing this setup will be the inclusion of 64GB of internal storage, although it’s unclear if this will be expandable via microSD. Continuing with the exterior of the smartphone, the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner will be present alongside a dual-camera setup. Speaking of which, this will include a main 16-megapixel lens complete with a f/1.8 aperture and a secondary 5-megapixel f/2.0 sensor. Additionally, the front display notch will be home to a 16-megapixel selfie camera that will be linked with flat field correction technology in a bid to improve image quality.

Aside from all of this, NFC will be included alongside a 3,780mAh battery, and it’s worth pointing out that it will the Motorola's first 2018 smartphone – and second overall after last year’s Moto X4 – to join the Android One program. On another interesting note, the smartphone will actually be one of the first devices in recent times to not include the Moto branding. Instead, this will be replaced by the One branding, suggesting the name could eventually be used for an entire smartphone series.

At this point in time, it’s currently unclear when Motorola plans to launch the One Power but considering it will be part of the Android One program, a US release is highly likely to happen. Additionally, the smartphone could also see a release in Europe upon launch.

source: Andri Yatim (Twitter) via: BGR India

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