A new leak points to a Plus variant for the Motorola One Vision
The Motorola One Vision launched as this OEM's first smartphone with a punch-hole display. Now, it seems it is getting a new variant. Known as the Plus, it has the same size screen as the original, but may not be the same on the inside.
The Motorola One Vision launched with a brand-first punch-hole selfie camera in its 21:9 display. It was also unusual among its series as it did so with the Exynos 9609 SoC. Now - despite having been around for about a year now - it seems it is getting a new version.
This evidence comes courtesy of the Android Enterprise Recommended directory, to which a "One Vision Plus" has just been added. However, it is difficult to see what is new about this variant; its new official listing shows it persists in having a 6.3-inch display and 4GB of RAM.
On the other hand, an image of this phone shows it has a waterdrop-style notch rather than the One Vision's newer kind of front-facing shooter. This detail presents even more of a puzzle as to what could be 'Plus' about this phone, frankly. Perhaps it has more storage, or a more up-to-date processor. However, time will ultimately tell whenever this One Vision Plus is launched.
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