Motorola One Power Images Show Dual Rear Cameras Before Launch

Motorola One Power The smartphone has often fled on the Internet. Even though the company was to launch the handset earlier this week, the brand only announced the launch of Motorola P30 in China. The Motorola brand handset can be seen with thin bezels at the bottom and on the sides of the screen. Unfortunately, we can not see the top part of the display in the pictures, which should have a notched design. At the rear, we can see the Motorola One Power with a two-camera configuration in a vertical orientation with the LED flash sandwiched in between.

There is a Moto Batwing logo on the back, which can potentially be integrated with a fingerprint sensor by the brand. As a reminder, the Motorola One Power has been spotted certification by the Chinese certification agency TENAA just last month. It is interesting to note that the design of the next phone in these live images is similar to that of the previously released renderings. However, the Motorola logo, visible in the renderings, is not present in the real images.

According to leaks and rumors, the Motorola One Power should be a mid-range handset with a screen. The smartphone has been equipped with a 6.2-inch FHD + display. Under the hood, the phone would be powered by a Snapdragon SoC 636 coupled with 4 GB of RAM. For storage, the phone should offer 64GB of built-in memory. In terms of optics, the handset should contain a pair of 12MP and 5MP sensors at the back. The Motorola One Power is said to start Android Oreo out of the box and contain a 3,780mAh battery.

To date, the price and launch schedule of Motorola One Power are unknown.

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