The Motorola One series is finally official, notched display and dual cameras in tow
Although some details are still lacking from the official announcement, the Motorola One and Motorola One Power are now almost ready to hit the market. While the Snapdragon 625-powered Motorola One will be available in Europe, Asia, and the Latin America, the larger and more powerful One Power will only launch in India.
Initially expected to arrive in the first days of August, the Motorola One and One Power are finally official. However, these two Android One handsets will only hit the market starting in October.
According to Motorola, the One family will be among the first of the brand's handsets to get Android 9.0 Pie, soon after launch. These are their highlights:
Motorola One: Qualcomm Snapdragon 625, 5.99-inch HD+ display, 13 MP dual camera setup on the back, 8 MP selfie shooter
Motorola One Power: Qualcomm Snapdragon 636, 6.2-inch HD+ display, 64 GB storage, 4 GB RAM, included Turbo Charger for up to 6 hours of additional autonomy after a 15-minute charge
The specs and features that have not been mentioned above should be unveiled in the coming weeks, since the Motorola One and One Power will not go on sale too soon. The Motorola One will come in Europe, Latin America and Asia Pacific in the coming months with a price tag of around US$345, while the One Power is set to debut in India starting in October.
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