Motorola recently launched the P30 in China, and now it looks like the company is gearing up to launch yet another device called Motorola One, which will run on Android One OS. The alleged Motorola One smartphone, bearing model number XT1941, has been certified by China’s TENAA.
The photos released by TENAA reveal the smartphone design. The front has the full-screen display with a notch on top. You also have a metal frame on the side, and glass back. The dual camera module and LED flash sit on the top left corner, with a vertical placement. The Motorola logo is placed in the center in the upper half, which is also expected to double up as a fingerprint sensor.
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Talking about the specifications, the Motorola One will feature a 5.86-inch HD+ display with a notch on top that houses the front camera, proximity and ambient light sensors, and the earpiece. The smartphone will feature an aspect ratio of 19:9.
Under the hood is an octa-core SoC clocked at 2.2GHz. There will be three variants to choose from – 3GB RAM + 32GB storage, 4GB RAM with 64GB storage, and 6GB RAM with 128GB storage. A microSD card slot for expandable storage up to 128GB is also expected. In the photography department, a dual camera setup is expected, and while the primary sensor is likely of 13-megapixel resolution, there is no word on the secondary sensor.
Up front, an 8-megapixel camera for selfies and video calling is likely to be in tow. With a 3,000mAh battery to keep things ticking, connectivity options such as 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth, GPS, and Wi-Fi 802.11n is expected. The smartphone is expected to go official at IFA 2018 later this month.