The Motorola One Action is now an Android Enterprise Recommended device
The Motorola One Action is likely to be released soon. Various leaks have led to speculation that it will resemble the pre-existing One Vision to a considerable degree. They are thought to share a 21:9 aspect ratio and punch-hole display. A new leak ahead of its release appears to confirm these specs.
The One Action has been spotted on the Android Enterprise Recommended website. It lists numerous attributes previously linked to the phone. They include 4GB fo RAM, a 6.3-inch display and 128GB in fixed storage. However, it debunks an early theory about this phone, which stated that it might be ruggedized in order to fit in with its product name.
XDA contributors also claim to have found the Motorola One Action on Google's Play Console device list. This page apparently confirms that the One Action is powered by the Exynos 9609, which is an underclocked form of the 9610.
However, these new leaks fail to conclusively prove that the device has triple rear cameras, which would be an upgrade compared to the One Vision. This has not stopped 91Mobiles from posting renders showing the device in this state. This blog also estimates that the phone will cost INR 18,999 (about US$275.90) at launch.