The Android One Motorola One Power is on its way but we may have seen it before
We’ve received a not-so-steady stream of word on the Android One Motorola One Power over the past few months. Initial rumors had it billed for a August 2 launch, and while that ended with crushed hopes, Motorola’s August 15 launch event gave us renewed vigor—albeit to no avail.
While the Motorola One Power wasn’t launched on August 15, there’s a chance that we’re finally close to getting Motorola’s second attempt at an Android One device, after the Moto X4 last year. Live images of the device appeared last week, which always sign of an imminent launch.
Going by the images, the One Power will feature an 18:9 display, vertically-aligned dual rear cameras, and a rear fingerprint reader with an emblazoned Motorola logo. According to a new report, though, the One Power may actually be the Motorola P30 Note—a phone that was expected to be launched alongside the P30 last week. Since this name and branding is for the Chinese smartphone market, there's still a chance the device is released as the Android One Motorola One Power in other markets
There isn't much known about the One Power/P30 Note but it could feature a Snapdragon 636, up to 4 GB of RAM and 36 GB of storage, a 16 MP + 5 MP dual rear camera setup, a 12 MP selfie camera, and a notched 6.2-inch FHD+ display. Rumors claim it could be powered by a huge 4850 mAh battery, which is a massive upgrade form the 3780 mAh battery the One Power was said to sport.
Launch and pricing details remain unknown but we’ll be sure to keep you updated.