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Alleged Motorola One Power specs leak


  • A leaked spec sheet allegedly revealed more information on the rumored Motorola One Power smartphone.
  • The One Power looks to be a mid-range smartphone with a very wide notch and stock Android.
  • Pricing and availability are still unknown, though the One Power could debut very soon.

A little over a week ago, we got wind that the Motorola One Power might be the company’s second Android One smartphone. Now, we have another leak that provides a clearer picture of what we could expect from the Lenovo subsidiary.

Obtained by Techienize, the alleged specs sheet shows that the One Power will feature a 6.2-inch Full HD+ (2,280 x 1,080) display with a 19:9 aspect ratio and a very wide notch at the top. Inside of the notch is reportedly an 8MP sensor with f/2.2 aperture.

Around back are the 12MP and 5MP dual cameras with f/1.8 and f/2.0 apertures, respectively. We assume the 5MP sensor will only be used to capture depth information for a portrait mode, but we will see.

Under the hood, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 chipset and 4GB of RAM reportedly run the show. The 64GB of reported built-in storage is nice, while the 3,780mAh battery hopes to live up to the One Power name.

The phone reportedly runs Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. A previous report pegged the One Power as an Android One smartphone, which means it should get at least two major Android updates and timely security patches.

Previous renders also showed off the One Power’s vertical camera arrangement and fingerprint sensor around back, a faint Motorola logo at the bottom, and a USB Type-C port.

In related news, a Motorola smartphone listed as XT1942-1 received 3C certification in China. Believed to be the One Power, the phone was listed with 5V/3A, 9V/2A, and 12V/1.5A charging speeds.

Overall, the One Power looks to be an intriguing smartphone from Motorola. As previously reported, the One Power could be the Moto X5 that Motorola never got around to finishing due to reported layoffs at its Chicago offices.

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