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Motorola One Macro may soon enter brand's long list of Android One phones

16 July 2019 0

Motorola appears to have one more Android One smartphone called the One Macro in its pipeline, but the launch timeframe of this new phone is also unknown just like we have no clue for other rumored devices – Motorola One Action and One Pro.

The popular tipster Evan Blass has enlisted the new Motorola One Macro on the long list of other Android One devices by Motorola. A few of them have been launched already and three of them are still away from their launch. This is the first time we are hearing that the company has one more Android One device to launch and tipster hasn’t also put any details that could let us imagine what to expect. But being a member of the Android One devices, you can expect it to be a mid-ranger.


Specifications are unknown currently and we can’t even guess what they could be. But going by the name of the device which ends with the suffix “Macro,” we believe it to offer a larger screen size or the name might have been kept just because of the camera sensor which may let you capture some macro shots. Well, this is just a guess so of course, take it with a pinch of salt and let’s wait for more information to come.

In related news, One Action and One Pro smartphones are currently in rumors and there leaked renders have revealed their designs. Going by these renders, One Pro has quad rear cameras, while the One Action has triple rear cameras. With so many multiple cameras, we could also expect the newly-tipped One Macro to arrive with several cameras out of which one would specialize in capturing the macro shots.


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