“The Motorola One series will be the first Android One-branded offering(s) from the brand’s stable”
Lenovo-owned Motorola is all set to launch its new smartphone(s) on August 2nd. And as we are nearing towards the date, the leaks and rumours for the purported Moto handsets are seemingly coming from everywhere. Now a mysterious smartphone from the brand’s stable has been spotted on 3C , China’s certification agency.
The smartphone that has passed the China Compulsory Certification carries the moniker – XT1943-1. While we can’t ascertain the name of the smartphone from the model number, it’s safe to assume that it’s either the Motorola One or the One Power. The device got listed on June 27th, and supports TD-LTE. Sadly, no other specifications have been mentioned in the 3C listing. The phone does however seem to be supporting quick charging as it comes with ratings of 5V / 3A, 9V / 2A and 12V / 1.5A.
As per previous rumours, the Motorola One series is said to be the first offering(s) from the brand to come with Android One. The leaked images suggest that the phones will join the notch display bandwagon and carry a dual-camera setup at the back, much like iPhone X’s (review) vertically-stacked shooters. There’s no way to confirm any of this information as of now, so we’d advise you to take it with a pinch of salt. We’ll update you as and when we hear more about Motorola’s upcoming smartphones, so stay tuned to 91mobiles.