17 May 2019
The Lenovo owned Motorola is gearing to announce a new product at May 15th announcement. From the look of the things, the company will wrap off the cover from Motorola One Vision. The so far leaks and rumors give us a pretty good view regarding the upcoming Android One phone from Motorola. Today when the alleged official announcement is less than a week away, we have a new set of renders shared by Mobielkopen.
The newly leaked renders reveal the complete design in full glory. The renders showcase the Motorola One Vision in dark blue variant with gradient finish. The front-facing side has a full front-facing display with a punch-hole at the top left corner. On the rear side, the device features dual cameras aligned vertically on the top left corner. Motorola's traditional batwing logo has embedded fingerprint scanner.
The renders also suggest the primary snapper on the rear is a 48MP module with Quad pixel tech which means the device will capture the 12MP shot by default. The camera aperture is f/1.7 and it will have optical image stabilization.
From what we heard so far the Motorola One Vision sports a 21:9 display with Full HD+ screen resolution. Under the hood, Samsung's Exynos 9610 chipset is powering the phone. The base model is expected with 3GB RAM and 32GB storage whereas the top-tier models will have 4GB RAM with either 64GB or 128GB storage. A 3,500mAh battery will keep its lights on.
Being an Android One phone, the device will be shipped with the stock version of Android OS straight out of the box. The good thing is Motorola fans don't have to wait longer as the official announcement of Motorola One Vision is expected on May 15t in Sao Paulo. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.