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Motorola to hold launch event on May 15th in Brazil, One Vision expected

02 May 2019 2

A couple of weeks ago we had reported that Motorola is allegedly working on a couple of Motorola One phones including One Vision and One Action. The Motorola One will be the company's first phone with Exynos SoC and the latest trendy punch-hole selfie camera. Today the Motorola officially confirmed launch event of a new phone at SAO Paulo on May 15th.

Although the launch teaser didn't confirm the phone the chances are high the company will unveil Moto One Vision. The company could also unveil Moto One Action at the event as well. According to Evan Blass, the Motorola One Action is internally codenamed as “troika”. So far most of the details regarding the device are still in the dark. It is rumored to go official as P40 Note in few selected markets.

From what we heard so far the P40 is featuring a 6.2-inches display with Full HD+ screen resolution. It comes with triple cameras setup on the rear side. The fingerprint scanner is on the rear side. On the other hand, the Motorola One Vision is rumored to have Full HD display, dual snappers on the rear including a 48MP primary sensor. Under the hood, the Exynos 9610 chipset will be powering it.

Do share your thoughts regarding the Motorola launch event in the comments section below. Stay tuned, we will keep you updated.

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