Motorola One Zoom camera details, specs, and alleged pricing emerge5
Four rear cameras and 5x hybrid zoom support
Taking center stage will be a 48-megapixel primary camera that should be identical to the one found on Motorola’s One Vision. The sensor users so-called quad-pixel technology which essentially creates a more detailed 12-megapixel image by combining four pixels into one. It’ll also support optical image stabilization for improved shots and presumably an f/1.7 aperture.
Accompanying the main snapper should be a super-wide-angle camera. Details about the sensor remain scarce at the minute but the lens itself should be identical to the one found on the upcoming Motorola One Action. Therefore, the camera will likely support a 117º field of view and be marketed as an ‘Action Cam.’
You're in luck if you don't like Motorola's 21:9 displays
Unlike the Motorola One Vision and One Action, the One Pro doesn’t feature a 21:9 display. Instead, it settles for a 6.2-inch, 19.5:9 notched alternative that supports HDR content and offers a FHD+ (2340 x 1080p) resolution. Also worth mentioning is the in-display fingerprint scanner, which suggests it'll be an AMOLED display rather than LCD.
Motorola One Zoom announcement, release date, and price
The Motorola One Zoom will probably be announced at IFA 2019 alongside the One Action and a budget Motorola One-branded model. According to WinFuture, the smartphone will retail at €429 in most European markets. For reference, the Motorola One Action should cost €299 and the Moto G7 costs €249. An exact release date is yet to be revealed but the launch will likely take place later on in the month.
It’s unclear at this stage if Motorola has plans to release the One Zoom in the United States. But if it does so, the smartphone will likely retail at somewhere between $429 and $479.