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Alleged leaked photos of the Motorola One Power show off dat notch

The images give us better insight into what the Motorola One Power will look like, even though it has not gone official yet.

Published onJune 20, 2018

  • Alleged images of a prototype Motorola One Power leaked.
  • The images seemingly confirm several key aspects of the One Power, such as its wide display notch.
  • Based on previous reports, Motorola might announce the One Power during the summer.

Almost two weeks ago, we got wind that the rumored Motorola One Power will feature mid-range specifications and a stock-ish implementation of Android. Now, we have another leak that gives us a better idea of what the One Power will look like.

TechinfoBit reportedly went hands-on with a prototype unit and managed to take a few pictures. The images seemingly confirm several key aspects of the upcoming One Power, such as the vertically-aligned dual rear cameras, the rear-mounted fingerprint sensor that sports the Motorola logo, and the controversial display notch.

The two grills at the bottom might serve as dual speakers, though it could be that only one serves as the speaker. The images also show off the One Power’s Android One branding, which was also alleged in previous reports. We do not know yet if Motorola will sell a separate, non-Android One version as it did with the Moto X4.

Finally, it looks like the One Power sports an all-aluminum build. By comparison, the Moto X4 features a glass back and aluminum sides.

Stock Android vs Android One vs Android Go

Based on previous reports, the One Power features a 6.2-inch Full HD+ (2,280 x 1,080) display with a 19:9 aspect ratio, 12MP and 5MP dual camera combo, 8MP selfie camera, Snapdragon 636 chipset, 4GB of RAM, and 3,780mAh battery. The phone also reportedly lacks a headphone jack, though there might be an adapter included.

The phone also reportedly runs a clean version of Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Because of the Android One branding, expect the One Power to get timely software updates and guaranteed updates to Android P and Q.

An official announcement could be right around the corner, though Motorola might never say if the One Power is the result of the rumored Moto X5 cancellation.

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