Motorola One Vision press render surfaces online
A few days ago, the Motorola One Vision (codenamed Robusta2) surfaced on Geekbench. According to that listing — and a few other leaks and rumors — the upcoming handset is powered by the Exynos 9610 processor, has a 6.2-inch display, 3/4 GB of memory, 32/64/128 GB of internal storage, a 48 MP main camera, a 3,500 mAh battery, and runs stock Android Pie.
The alleged press render that has just surfaced online shows what could be the launch date of the Motorola One Vision, but there is one little-big problem with it. According to the image on the handset's display, this year's April 3 will be a Tuesday. The truth is that next Tuesday will be April 2, while April 3 will obviously be next week's Wednesday.
If we leave the date problem mentioned above aside, we can say for sure that the Motorola One Vision is an Android One handset with a 48 MP dual camera setup on the back that could arrive in a week or so. However, all these should be taken with a grain of salt for now. The Motorola P40, which is supposed to be the same as the One Vision and still has to hit the market, apparently has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 inside, a more generous battery, and a hole in the display for the selfie shooter. The (alleged!) press render of the One Vision lacks the hole, so it might be a bit different in the end.
Do you think that Motorola will launch a handset with Samsung's Exynos chip inside? Would you buy the One Vision if priced to fit your budget?