Motorola has created enough hype over the past couple months with the leaked renders of their upcoming Android One device. Although the name of the device hasn’t been confirmed yet, rumors state it to be the Motorola One Power.
Meanwhile, a few hands-on live images got featured on a renowned journal techinfobit which take the hype a bit further.
Talking about the images, which seems quite identical to what was seen so far in the earlier renders, although which has created a lot of confusion among the user, whether these images are the actual images of the upcoming device or just another prototype that has shown here.
According to the images, which does convey a lot of details about the device, shows that it’ll be the first device coming from Motorola with a notch. Many reports claim that the device is quite identical to the typical design of the current generation devices such as iPhone X, Redmi Note 5 Pro, etc.;
Yes, there is a verticle camera setup over at the back where two camera sensors have flanked either side of a LED flash which sits in between them. Along with that, there is also a Motorola’s batwing logo which is further incorporated by a physically mounted fingerprint scanner. And there is also another branding right below that which is the Android One branding as after all the device will be the next Android one device from Motorola after last year’s Moto X4.
Taking about the notch, which looks quite expanded, houses an 8-megapixel selfie shooter along with a couple of essential sensors required by a smartphone.
The device will have a 6.x.x inches full HD+ display, and the company has also occupied the bottom chin portion of the device with their full Motorola branding.
A type-C USB port is also found down at the bottom portion of the device and which is placed in between two dual stereo speaker grills. Over at the left side, there is an unspecified SIM slot, and all buttons are found on the right side of the device. Moreover, the device will also come equipped with a facial recognition unlock.
Overall, the device seems to be an average midrange device with the added advantage of Android One support.