Motorola One Vision Plus with 4GB RAM and Snapdragon 665 SoC spotted on Geekbench

Motorola One Vision Plus will follow-up the standard One Vision phone.

Highlights
  • Motorola One Vision has managed to score 310 in single-core and 1,351 in multi-core Geekbench tests, respectively
  • The handset is expected to ship with Snapdragon 665 SoC, Android 9.0 Pie and 4GB RAM

Motorola One Vision Plus was recently spotted on Google Android Enterprise Directory, confirming its existence and hinting the launch may happen soon. Now, the phone has appeared on Geekbench V5.1.1 platform with key specifications, including RAM, chipset and Android version. The Motorola One Vision Plus has managed to score 310 in single-core and 1,351 in multi-core tests, respectively. According to the listing, the Motorola One Vision Plus will be powered by a 1.8GHz octa-core processor with motherboard Trinket, which is likely to be the Snapdragon 665 SoC. It packs 4GB of RAM and boots Android 9.0 Pie, which should be near-stock interface.

Motorola One Vision Plus

The Motorola One Vision Plus Google Android Enterprise Directory revealed it would sport a 6.3-inch display, similar to the existing One Vision and 64GB storage. It will have support for NFC and fingerprint sensor for security. Considering the phone appeared on benchmark platforms and Enterprise directory, the development of the phone could in the advanced stages and the launch may be around the corner. We should know more details soon.

Separately, Motorola One Fusion+ is also in the development and it was recently spotted on YouTube Device Report page with specifications and launch date. The listing suggests the handset would sport a 6.5-inch full HD+ display, be powered by the Snapdragon 730 SoC and boot Android 10 OS. It is said to arrive with a 5,000mAh battery. Earlier reports suggested it will come with either 4GB or 6GB RAM and 64GB or 128GB storage options. The Motorola One Fusion+ will be available in Light Blue and Light brown colour options and is tipped to launch as early as June 2020, reiterating earlier leaks.