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Motorola One Pro alleged render shows quad rear cameras, waterdrop notch

19 June 2019 0

Motorola seems to have a new device with quad rear cameras to launch sometime in the near future. Earlier in April, we saw CAD renders of this device and today some more renders of the device have surfaced via CashKaro.com. The site conveys that their sources have confirmed the new release by Motorola will be from their One series and this will be known as the Motorola One Pro. Previously, the device was supposed to launch under Motorola Z4 lineup.

The previous reported CAD-based render was seen on blue-gray color and now the leaked renders show the device in more colors. As you’d see, the quad rear cameras are placed inside a square module and the fingerprint scanner is added to this module as well. The quad camera setup contains two pairs of camera organized adjacent to each other in 2x2 setup. Clearly, there’s no room for the flash, so, it has been placed off to the side of the camera hump.

The Motorola One Pro is rumored to feature a 6.2-inch display and will measure 158.7x75x8.8mm dimensions and 9.8mm thickness. It has waterdrop style notch that’s carrying the selfie camera. The phone will also feature a 3.5MM audio jack and a USB Type-C charging port at the bottom of its frame.

Talking about the Motorola One series, there’s one more device in the launch pipeline which is the Motorola One Action. The device has been leaked many times and the very recently leaked render showed the device includes triple rear cameras set up. There’s a hole-punch on the display to carry the selfie camera.

The launch date of both the devices is unknown but we have a hunch the day isn’t too far.



Motorola One Pro alleged render shows quad rear cameras, waterdrop notch
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