The Motorola One line may be getting a ruggedized variant
The Motorola One series is a relatively new line of mid-range smartphone with the advantage of places in the Android One program. Its latest launch was that of the One Vision, a 21:9 aspect-ratio device with distinctly middle-of-the-road specs. On the other hand, it has a 48MP camera, as does the even newer Moto flagship, the Z4.
MySmartPrice claims to have found a new set of Geekbench results that, while matching the One Vision closely, has a rather different name. It is apparently called the Motorola One Action, and has 4GB of RAM - exactly like the pre-existing device. It also has the One Vision's Exynos 9609 processor, with the single- and multi-core scores that would back this detail up.
Therefore, it seems that Motorola has yet another mid-range, yet well-supported, device to offer in 2019. The putative One Action's name suggests that it is a somewhat re-packaged One Vision, possibly in a chassis to appeal to customers in need of a durable phone. Obviously, its hypothetical price can only be geussed at at this point, although it would be unlikely to deviate much from the 'Vision's mid-US$400 tier.