Just a few days after we got our first glimpse at the upcoming Motorola One Power smartphone, the floodgates seem to have opened up.

First, a photo that allegedly shows the phone in the real world was posted to slashleaks. And then @HeyAndri posted a few more rendered images on Twitter, along with some specs for the phone.

It’s not clear if the pictures are legit… I know it’s a cliche, but you can actually tell by the pixels. Zoom in and you can see a lot of sloppily edited edges and corners. But the specs seem plausible.

As expected, it seems to be an Android One edition device with a notch, a chin, and dual rear cameras. It also has the specs of an upper mid-range phone.

It’s probably best to take the specifications with a grain of salt until Motorola gets around to officially launching the phone, but according to @HeyAndri, here’s what we can expect:

  • Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor
  • 6GB of RAM
  • 64GB of storage
  • 16MP f/1.8 plus 5MP f/2.0 rear cameras
  • 16MP f/1.9 front camera
  • NFC
  • 3.780 mAh battery

There’s no word on the screen resolution, but the phone clearly seems to have a 18:9 or wider aspect ratio display. And there’s no word on the price, but the mid-range processor suggests this won’t be an $800 phone.

via GSM Arena



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2 replies on “More Motorola One Power smartphone details leaked”

  1. Ooh, which detail was sleaked? Also, I just noticed you don’t capitalize most words your headlines. Not that I disapprove, if you care, just thought it interesting.

    1. 10 years of only capitalizing first words and proper nouns… and only noticing typos when commenters point them out. Thanks 🙂

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