Motorola One Vision

We’ve been hearing for a long that Motorola is working on a new premium mid-range phone, the Motorola One Vision. Now the leaked renders of Motorola One Vision has appeared revealing some the key details. The images show the handset in full glory and in two different colors, blue and brown.

The front panel reveals the presence of the punch-hole camera in the upper-left corner. The rear panel shows the dual camera setup and the fingerprint sensor. At the bottom, there is an Android One branding. The interesting point the leak hints is that Motorola will not be using the Snapdragon SoC, instead, it’s going for the Samsung’s Exynos chipset.

The Motorola One Vision will have the so-called Samsung Exynos 9609 SoC. This is closely related to the Samsung’s own Exynos 9610 in some models of its Galaxy A-series. It’s an octa-core processor which reach a maximum clock rate of 2.2 gigahertz.

Check out the renders of Motorola One Vision in Brwon color:

We’ll get to see a 6.3-inch LCD panel offering a resolution of 2520×1080 pixels. As per the information, the display will have a pixel density of at least 432 PPI. The Motorola calls it CinemaVision display.

The chipset will arrive in a combination of 4GB of RAM and at least 128 GB of internal storage. The memory will support expansion via microSD card. The phone also supports dual-SIM operation with two Nano SIM cards.

In terms of optics, the Motorola One Vision will sport a 48-megapixel camera sensor at the rear which also the highlight of the device. This is a primary sensor and offers f/1.7 aperture and also supports optical image stabilization (OIS).

The other features of the camera include AI filters, a Night Vision feature, a special camera mode for movie-style shooting, 4K video up to 30 FPS, and Full HD video at up to 60 FPS. The front camera will have a sensor of 25 megapixels with an f/2.0 aperture.

The device also offers Bluetooth 5.0, ac-WLAN, and a 3500mAh battery that will come with Turbo power charger.