Motorola One Vision mid-range specs leaked
An unannounced model going by the name of One Vision from Motorola was already sighted on Geekbench a few days ago and the guys over at XDA-Developers have just confirmed that the main specs revealed on the popular benchmark site match the information they gathered about this particular model. Apparently, the model will be called P40 in China and One Vision for the rest of the world.
A rather surprising feature is the inclusion of the Exynos 9610 SoC. Motorola usually works with MediaTek or Qualcomm, but this time it looks like the Samsung mid-range SoC was more fitted for Motorola’s “vision.” There will be 3 GB and 4 GB RAM options (a bit disappointing, as most Chinese mid-rangers already come with 6 GB) while the storage side will include 32/64/128 GB variants.
The display will have a 21:9 aspect ratio with 2520 x 1080 resolution and will most likely feature a punch-hole selfie cam. Even if the display size is not mentioned, XDA-Developers claims that it could get a 6.2-inch screen, if this is indeed the same model as the P40. As for the camera setup on the back, this one will feature a main 48 MP sensor plus an additional smaller telephoto cam. Motorola is rumored to be adding imaging features like “Long Exposure” for better low-light image quality and “Video 3D HDR” for increased HDR accuracy in video content.
Other features include a 3,500 mAh battery and blue / gold color options. Since this is an Android One model, it will come with Android 9.0 out of the box and will further support updates until at least Android R. Besides the Chinese market, other confirmed markets that will get this model include Latin America, India and Brazil.