Lenovo-owned Motorola brand recently launched the Moto P30 in China with a design that deviates from all known styles of the company. The Moto One came with a notch screen design just like the iPhone X and there are several features that bears semblance with that of Apple’s phones. Unfortunately, the Moto P30 will be sold exclusively in China. However, the device is suspected of hitting the global market as Motorola One and a more powerful variant dubbed Motorola One Power.
The Motorola One has now been spotted on benchmark database Geekbench confirming some of its specs, although unofficially. Among the specs listing is a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 CPU paired with 4GB of RAM. In addition, the device on benchmark runs on Android 8.1 Oreo. The models are believed to be launched under Google’s Android One programme so, are expected to get Android 9.0 Pie right from the go or get upgraded to Android Pie at the earliest possible time.
Aside these few specs, Geekbench only gave us the benchmark score of the Motorola One which is basically a Snapdragon 625-grade score. That is 876 points on the single core test and 4299 on the multi-core test. We won’t have to dig too deep for other specs as the device was recently certified by China’s telecoms regulatory agency (TENAA). From the TENAA listing we expect the Motorola One to pack a 6.18-inch display with a resolution of 2246 x 1080 pixels. It also has a 19: 9 aspect ratio as a result of the notch.
There is still no word yet on its launch but since the Moto P30 has been launched in China, we expect the Motorola One to join the fray any moment from now.