Motorola One shows up on benchmark confirming Snapdragon 625 and more

Motorola One shows up on benchmark confirming Snapdragon 625 and more
The Motorola P30 may have launched just yesterday in China but the Chicago-based brand still has two similar devices in the works for its international markets, the Motorola One and One Power. And ahead of their launches, the former model has appeared on a new benchmark listing confirming some key specifications.

Scoring 876 on the single-core test and 4299 on the multicore results, the Motorola One is listed as shipping with the Snapdragon 625 on the inside. This processor includes an octa-core setup and can reach a maximum clock speed of 2.0GHz. Also, 4GB is seemingly included although the model could potentially be offered in different configurations upon launch. What remains unclear at this point, however, is how much storage will be on offer (64GB seems to be the most probable option). When it comes to the software side of things, Android 8.1 Oreo is presently listed but considering the recent Android 9 Pie launch, an update to the newer version ahead of the release is to be expected. Additionally, unlike the Motorola P30 which runs the ZenUI 4.0 custom overlay, the Motorola One is expected to launch as the latest Android One smartphone which means stock Android will be pre-installed straight out of the box.

As of today, Motorola has yet to provide any details concerning when the Motorola One or its sibling, the One Power, will be announced. However, with IFA still over two weeks away, there’s still time for the Lenovo-owned company to announce a press event which could see the Motorola One duo become official.


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