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Motorola One Vision will go official in China as rebranded P50 in June

17 May 2019 3

So far Motorola launched three variants of Motorola One lineup. The Motorola One and One Power were launched last year and the Motorola One Vision was released recently. The Motorola One and One Power were released for the Chinese market as rebranded P30 Play and P30 Note. From the look of the things, the company will once again adopt the same strategy by releasing P50 for the Chinese market as a rebranded model of One Vision.

The company released a new teaser via Weibo which confirms P50 will go official in June in China. The teaser image of the poster clearly showcases P50 is identical to recently announced One Vision. It also has a punch-hole camera at the top left corner. Not just that it is Motorola's first phone with 21:9 display.

In terms of specs, we can expect the P50 will have a 6.3-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution. The Exynos 9609 SoC will be powering the phone with 4GB RAM and 128GB built-in storage. It supports memory expansion via MicroSD. The rear side has dual cameras including 48MP with f/1.7 aperture and OIS. The secondary snapper on the rear will be a depth-sensing 5MP module with f/2.2 aperture.

Up front, the selfie snapper will be a 25MP module. As OS the device will be pre-installed with Android Pie. A 3,500mAh battery cell is on board to keep its lights on. Feel free to share your thoughts regarding the Motorola P50 teaser in the comments section below. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.



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