Motorola One Vision could be first Moto phone with punch-hole camera, key specs revealed
Motorola One Vision is expected to come with dual-rear cameras, Android One (Pie), and up to 128GB of storage. Here’s everything we know about the phone.
Motorola One Vision is said to launch in Brazil on May 15. Ahead of the launch, the smartphone has made numerous unofficial appearances on the web. Now, Motorola One Vision press renders have emerged online. Renders give a closer look at the design of the latest smartphone.
If renders are to be believed, Motorola One Vision will be the first Motorola smartphone to offer a punch-hole camera on the front - similar to Samsung Galaxy S10. The phone has singular camera lens on the screen. The punch-hole camera also allows the phone to offer higher edge-to-edge ratio. Renders, however, suggest the phone has a thick chin at the base.
Motorola One Vision is seen running Android Pie. The phone also sports a dual-rear camera setup on the back along with a circular Motorola logo which also doubles up as fingerprint sensor. At the base there's Android One branding. Google's Android One programme ensures phone receives regular security and software updates.
According to earlier reports, Motorola One Vision will feature 48-megapixel and 12-megapixel rear cameras with support for Long Exposure and Video 3D HDR. The phone will come with a full HD+ display and unique 21:9 aspect ratio. The smartphone could offer up to 4GB of RAM and storage variants of 32GB, 64GB and 128GB. Interestingly enough, Motorola One Vision is rumoured to run on Samsung's Exynos chipset.