Motorola One Vision hands-on image leaks, key specs corroborated

Motorola One Vision hands-on image leaks, key specs corroborated
Motorola’s Android One journey first began in August of 2017 with the launch of the Moto X4. It then continued last autumn with the Motorola One and One Power. And today, ahead of the smartphone’s official launch, a hands-on image of Motorola’s fourth Android One device has leaked out.

Corroborating previous leaks, the image in question shows that Motorola’s upcoming smartphone will indeed be marketed as the One Vision. Like Sony’s most recent devices, it’ll carry a tall 21:9 display which Motorola is calling CinemaVision. This will offer a Full-HD+ (2520×1080p) resolution and a 6.3-inch diagonal. Also worth pointing out is the presence of a small cut out in the top-left corner.

Inside the small punch hole sits a 25-megapixel selfie snapper which is paired with a dual-camera setup over on the rear. Speaking of which, the main sensor boasts a 48-megapixel resolution and supports optical image stabilization, artificial intelligence, and Quad Pixel technology, the latter of which combines 4 pixels into 1, thus creating a more detailed 12-megapixel photo. 

Elsewhere on the Motorola One Vision’s specs sheet sits 128GB of storage and a “secure and updated” version of Android thanks to the Android One program. The hands-on image doesn’t show any mention of the smartphone’s processor but rumor has it the One Vision will carry Samsung’s Exynos 9609. Accompanying this should be 4GB of RAM and a 3,500mAh battery.

The Motorola One Vision is expected to make its official debut tomorrow in Brazil. Pricing for the US market hasn’t leaked yet, but recent information did point towards a price tag of €299 ($336 USD) in Europe, suggesting the smartphone could retail at $349.99 in the US.

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