The Motorola One Hyper is now touted to be the OEM's first 64MP and pop-up camera phone
A new possible addition to the Motorola One series has emerged in a new leak published by WinFuture. It largely consists of images that indicates that this phone will be equipped with a 64MP "Quad Pixel" main camera. Furthermore, it is housed in a module that gives the appearance of being a holster for another up-to-date component: a pop-up selfie camera.
The primary, ultra-high-res sensor on this "new One" is joined by just 1 additional lens in its apparent rear-panel images. However, interestingly, a discrete flash module gives the impression of having scope for an auto-focus module that may be laser- or phase-detect-assisted.
This putative upcoming Motorola's take on the front-facing camera gives its display as depicted a high-end enough appeal. This design is not exactly new, however: it also features in the pre-existing Vivo V15 series. The front-facing shooter in question is (like that of the V15 Pro) rumored to be a single 32MP lens.
The "Motorola One Hyper" is projected as no flagship: it is also thought to have a Snapdragon 675 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. It is also now rumored to have a relatively small 6.39-inch FHD IPS panel, which may be just as well as it could be joined by a 3600mAh battery.
Although it might ship with Android 10, it looks like it will not benefit from this OS' One update program. To date, there are no hints as to a launch date or price for this new possible Redmi Note 8 Pro or Realme XT competitor.