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Motorola One Hyper supposed FCC listing discloses a couple of key details

07 November 2019 0

Motorola One Hyper which is best known for being the first pop-up selfie camera smartphone from the company appears to have crossed the FCC certification. The model number of the device spotted at FCC is XT2027-1 which is similar to what was reported earlier. The certification discloses a couple of key details that actually corroborate the previously reported information on the One Hyper smartphone.

The supposed FCC listing of the Motorola One Hyper includes a diagram that throws light on the dimensions of the device. The phone measures 160x71mmx170mm which suggests it has a 6.69-inch display, not the 6.39-inch as rumored earlier. The diagram also suggests the smartphone packs a 4,000mAH battery. In addition to the certification, the battery capacity of the Motorola One Hyper has also surfaced on the web that suggests the device has a 4,000mAH battery.

Adding the previously rumored specifications of the Motorola One Hyper to the latest report, it comes out that the 6.69-inch screen may have an FHD IPS display. It may come powered by Snapdragon 675 processor paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage that can be expanded further using a microSD card. The device is tipped to have a dual rear camera setup with a 64MP primary sensor and an 8MP secondary camera. The phone includes a 32MP selfie camera along with a f/2.0 lens. It may run Android 10 out-of-the-box and come with a USB Type-C port along with fast charging support and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

It is expected that the Motorola One Hyper smartphone may launch alongside Motorola’s first foldable smartphone Moto Razr on November 13 in Los Angeles. Stay tuned!



Motorola One Hyper supposed FCC listing discloses a couple of key details
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