New putative color for the Motorola One Vision leaks out
The Lenovo-owned brand Motorola is projected to release a new device this year. Provisionally known as the One Vision, it has already been leaked in stories that paint it as a contender in the mid-range space of 2019. Its latest leak appear to corroborate what is already speculated about the phone with little enough variation.
These consist of the 'One Vision's' latest renders, which show the phone in a deep blue, as opposed to the coffee-colored shade previously linked to the phone. As with these earlier leaks, this shade has a profound gloss to it that suggests the use of glass (or possibly plastic) in its construction.
Like the Samsung Galaxy S10s, it will apparently have a punch-hole selfie camera. The One Vision may also have a dual rear camera with a 48MP module. However, it will be powered by the Snapdragon 675 SoC, which puts it firmly into the mid (or lower) tier of smartphones.
Nevertheless, fans of the Android One program will be relieved to see this logo persists in this new Motorola render. The article in which these images deviates little from what we have already been led to believe about the phone. However, it does mention that the 48MP marquee feature will have an f-stop of 1.7.
Should this detail prove accurate, the sensor could be the Sony IMX586 module found in the Redmi Note 7 Pro. On the other hand, nothing about this phone can be taken as read until its maker confirms the existence of the Motorola One Vision.