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Motorola reportedly working on a device codenamed 'Odin' offering 5G support

20 November 2018 0

Motorola recently announced Moto One smartphone that came to the United States for a price point of $399. Now in the latest development in regards to the smartphone, Lenovo-owned Motorola is working upon, chances are that the device might be Moto Z4 offering Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 8150 chipset though currently its believed that the device is codenamed ‘Odin’.

Along with that, as per a report, Odin might sport a 4GB RAM along with the Snapdragon 8150 and a 32GB storage capacity. The device is said to be underworked and thus final specification could be different and in fact much better than this when talking about the RAM and storage capacity. It’s also shared that it could sport Android 9 Pie out of the box.

The prime highlight is the ability to support 5G Moto Mod to support the upcoming 5G technology in the future which Motorola is working hard to achieve and recently tested also upon Motorola Z3 in cooperation with Verizon. Chances are that this could be ‘Odin’ that this particular report points towards.

Utilizing the Snapdragon X50 modem that Verizon tested its 5G data transmission upon. Likewise, this upcoming phone is said to support the in-display fingerprint sensor though it's not sure if this would be a part of Odin smartphone as well. Are you excited for the upcoming 5G equipped smartphones? Let us know in the comments section below.

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