Motorola One Pro renders appear showing off a quad-camera setup, in-display fingerprint scanner

Motorola One Pro renders appear showing off a quad-camera setup, in-display fingerprint scanner
Last month, the Motorola One Vision was released, a budget phone with some decent specs. Running on the Android One platform, the phone is equipped with a near stock Android build. It also will get three years of security updates and two years of Android updates. Then, a few days ago, renders of the unannounced Motorola One Action leaked out. The phone, expected to launch next month, looks exactly like the One Vision, but with some differences; the One Action has three cameras on the back compared to the two that adorn the back of the One Vision. Despite this extra sensor, the One Action will sell for a lower price because of its plastic body and 12MP primary camera; the One Vision uses more premium materials like glass and carries a 48MP primary snapper.

The third member of the Motorola One trilogy was rumored to be the One Pro, as we noted last month. Today, CashKaro posted (via Android Police) renders of the Motorola One Pro revealing a rectangular camera module on the back, housing four cameras. The device carries a waterdrop notch on top of its 6.2-inch display, and there is a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom of the device. In addition, the Motorola One Pro is said to be equipped with an in-display fingerprint scanner. Judging from the renders, it looks like the phone will be offered in Black, Gold, and Purple.

While the other two Motorola One models are powered by an Exynos 9609 SoC, we could see something more powerful under the hood for the "Pro" model. Design wise, the Motorola One Pro looks to be a much more premium device than its two siblings and depending on its specs, it just might turn out to be the most compelling handset Motorola produces this year. 


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