Live Photos of The Moto One Power Leaks Online

by Habeeb Onawole 0

The name still sounds off, but hate it or love it, Motorola has a new Android One phone in the works called the Moto One Power and live images of the said phone have surfaced online.

Motorola will add to the growing list of devices with a notch with the Moto One Power. One of the live photos shows the notch will house a camera, sensor, speaker and a LED flash. The added LED flash makes the notch bigger than that of the Lenovo Z5. Even with the notch, the screen of the Moto One Power doesn’t stretch to the top and even though this is a black unit, you can clearly see the top bezel.

The live photos don’t show the bottom half of the screen, but we believe it is no different from the Lenovo Z5. However, there are images of the sides which show it has a SIM tray on the left while a power button and volume rocker sit on the right.

The Moto One Power also copies the dual rear camera arrangement of the iPhone X. The camera housing is slightly raised and in between the two sensors sit a LED flash. There is a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner which also has the Motorola batwing logo. There is also Android One written at the bottom.

The phone has a USB-C port at the bottom and it is flanked on both sides by a speaker grille. Don’t get your hopes high, the Moto One Power will most likely not have stereo speakers.

The Moto One Power has a glass front and metal back. It is not a design we haven’t seen before, so it will score no points for appearance.

Coming to specs, leaks have revealed that the phone will have a 6.2-inch screen, a Snapdragon 636 processor, 4GB of RAM and 64GB of storage. It will also pack a 12MP + 5MP dual camera combo on the rear and an 8MP selfie camera. Its battery capacity is put at 3780mAh and it will have Android 8.1 Oreo pre-installed.

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There is no release date yet but if you have been waiting for the Lenovo Z5 to launch outside China, this just might be Lenovo’s way of granting your wish.

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