“Motorola One Vision will come with Exynos chipset, a punch-hole display, and a 48MP primary camera on the back”
After being spotted on the Geekbench website recently, Motorola One Vision with model number XT 1970-1 has now received FCC certification, revealing the phone will have 3,500mAh battery with 18W fast charge support. The Motorola One Vision could be launched in China as Motorola P40 which we reported earlier. Now, corroborating with our report, XDA-Developers citing insider sources, has revealed few more details of the phone including its camera and software features.
As expected, the Motorola One Vision would be an Android One phone when launched globally. Unlike the Moto One and One Power’s Snapdragon processor, the One Vision will be powered by Samsung’s Exynos 9610 10nm SoC with octa-core processor and Mali-G72. The phone will come in three RAM and storage variants — 3GB + 32GB, 4GB + 64GB, and 4GB + 128GB. However, the earlier Geekbench listing had revealed a 6GB RAM model as well. In line with the FCC listing, the latest report claims the phone will have a moderate 3,500mAh battery with 18W fast charging support.
The Motorola One Vision said to feature dual rear cameras, with the primary shooter featuring a 48MP lens, but the details about the secondary sensor remain unknown at the moment. Motorola is said to be working on two new camera features: ‘Video 3D HDR,’ whose functionality remains a mystery for now, and ‘Long Exposure,’ which as the name suggests might allow users to take better low-light images. While the exact display size isn’t out yet, our exclusive CAD-based 5K renders and 360-degree video of the P40 reveal that it might sport a 6.2-inch punch hole display and measures 160.1 x 71.2 x 8.7mm. The report claims that the punch hole on the Moto One Vision/ P40’s display would cover up to 174×167 pixels.
The handset would run on Android 9.0 Pie out of the box and will be part of the Android One program. Apart from Motorola’s suite of apps, the phone would come with a new Dolby audio app, Motorola Face Unlock app and will also include support for Google ARCore and Digital Wellbeing. When launch globally, the Motorola One Vision would likely be available in markets like India, Latin America, and Brazil.
As reported earlier, Motorola is working on a second phone with the same Exynos 9610 chipset and is codenamed “Troika” and it is expected to be available in Asia, Eastern Europe, India, Latin America and China. For now, there are no details regarding the pricing and launch dates for either of the phones, so stay tuned.