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Moto One Vision gets Google ARCore listing, launch inching closer

01 April 2019 1

From past few weeks, we have been hearing rumors that the Lenovo owned Motorola is gearing to announce a new phone under One Vision moniker. The special aspect of Moto One Vision is the first Motorola phone running on Samsung's Exynos SoC. Recently the device appeared at Geekbench, Wi-Fi Alliance and FCC and today it gets listed on the Google ARCore website.

The Google ARCore website listing clearly means the official launch is just a few weeks away, most likely it could hit the market by the end of this month. Usually, Google only lists phones which are officially announced, So the Motorola One listing is a clear indication launch is around the corner.


From what we heard so far the Motorola One Vision is featuring a 6.2-inches display. Like the latest S10 series, the device is expected to have punch-hole selfie camera. The display aspect ratio will be 21:9. The leaked renders suggest dual snappers on the rear side, the primary sensor is 48MP whereas the secondary sensor will be 12MP.

Under the hood, the Exynos 9610 SoC will be powering the phone. The base model will have 3GB RAM with 32GB storage whereas the top-tier model will have 4GB RAM with either 64GB or 128GB storage. It is still in the dark whether the phone supports memory expansion via MicroSD or not. As OS the device is rumored to be running on the Android One software.

Do share your thoughts regarding the Motorola One Vision listing on Google ARCore website in the comments section below. Stay connected


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Moto One Vision gets Google ARCore listing, launch inching closer
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JanavhiAvadhoot
JanavhiAvadhoot

Great news for the Moto One Vision to get the ARCore listing. And now came to know that the Android One devices are also AR compatible. What is the prerequisite for this?

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