Motorola One Vision is expected to be an upcoming Android One device from the house of Motorola. Lately, the existence of the device has been literally confirmed in an unusual way on Google ARCore support page. Now, all most everything about the device, both images and sepcs are out in the wild.
Thanks to the aggressive leak done by the reliable leakster – WinFuture, nothing is left to the imagination about the One Vision. The leak has a lot of interesting things to spill about the device.
On images, the Motorola One Vision is seen to have a tall 21:9 aspect ratio body language. In case if you’re wondering, it’s the same aspect ratio popularized by Sony Xperia 10. Sony markets such display as CinematicWide, while Moto should go for CinemaVision branding. Nonetheless, it’ll be the first Moto device to boast 21:9 display, and also the first Moto to have a hole-punch display.
Tne Vision’s display measures 6.3″ inch at 1080p resolution. As mentioned earlier, it in deed has a hole punched to the display. Well, don’t expect an OLED as holes on OLED is exclusive to Samsung flagships at least for months.
Now coming onto the specs leak, here also there are some surprises. It seems, the Moto One Vision would be powered by the SoC from Samsung. As per the WinFuture, it’s Exynos 9609 which is more or less an underclocked version of the Exynos 9610 seen on Galaxy A50. The 9609 is clocked at 2.2GHz clock speed compared to the 2.3GHz on Exynos 9610.
Another interesting feature of Moto Vision is its camera. The specs sheet points out to a whopping 48MP sensor at the rear, while a decent 25MP resides on the front. Whether, the former is a Samsung or Sony, is not clear yet.
The Moto One Vision will be avialable with 4GB RAM and at least 128GB of storage. The storage can be expanded with a microSD card, but a SIM should be compromised. By that you can infer the device supports Dual-SIM. As of the pricing, the One Vision should cost €299 during its launch on May 16th in Europe. Color options include – blue and bronze.