Motorola One is the toned-down version of the yet-unofficial One Power. According to some previous reports, Motorola One showed up on GeekBench. At that time, no specs of the upcoming phone were revealed. Recently, Motor One has passed by the Chinese regulator TENAA. Motorola One non-power version listing reveals a bulk of specs that were not revealed by the benchmark database.
Motorola One Non-Power Version Will feature Snapdragon 625
The smartphone Motorola One XT1941-2 will feature a 5.88-inch display. It will have a resolution of 1520x720px with a 19:9 aspect ratio. The Moto One Power’s 6.2-inch screen is FullHD+ but the non-power version will not feature FullHD+ screen. Previously, GeekBench unveiled that the chipset used in the handset is the Snapdragon 625. Moreover, there will be options for 3GB, 4GB, and 6GB RAM variants. The three storage tiers will be 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB.
Coming to the camera setup, the upcoming smartphone will feature four cameras according to the TENAA officials. There will be a 13MP primary one on the back and an 8MP main selfie shooter. There are no words about further more details of the camera setup.
The moto One power is rumored to have 3,780mAh battery while the non-power version will feature 3000mAh battery. The device will measure 149.9×72.2×7.9mm. It will weigh 162g.
Motorola is a part of the Android One program. So, the Motorola One will be running the latest available version of the OS. However, the unit that got to the Chinese authorities is still on Android 8.1 Oreo. It’s not official yet. It may get the Android 9 Pie but there are still no words about the operating system right now.
Let’s have a look at the images revealed on TENAA.
There are no words about the price and availability of the phone yet. Let’s see when will the company reveal more information about the upcoming phone.