Motorola phone leaks appear to be dropping like flies these days. One of the more interesting smartphones the company has in the works is an upper mid-range model with a focus on camera features.
The Motorola One Zoom is a smartphone with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 processor, 4GB of RAM, and 128GB of UFS storage plus a microSD card reader for removable storage.
But it’s the four cameras on the back of this Motorola One Zoom that make it a bit unusual for a smartphone that’s priced at 400 Euros (about $450 US).
The primary camera is expected to be a 48MP camera with optical image stabilization and the ability to either save either high-resolution 48MP pictures or to capture more light by combining data from four pixels into one and saving 12MP images with a 1.6 µm pixel size.
The smartphone likely gets its name from the 81mm camera lens, which gives the Motorola One Zoom 3x optical zoom capabilities.
A third camera has a 13mm lens for wide-angle photography. And the fourth… that’s unclear at the moment, but it’s probably a depth-sensing camera of some sort.
Other features are expected to include a 3.5mm headphone jack, a small notch in the display for a front-facing camera, and possibly an in-display fingerprint sensor (since there doesn’t appear to be one visible on the sides or back of the phone).