Update, August 9, 2019 (10:05 AM ET): According to new information from WinFuture, the phone described below as the Motorola One Pro will actually be called the Motorola One Zoom.
Curiously, there are more rumors mounting that the Motorola One Zoom won’t come with Android One, despite the fact that “One” is in the title of the device. As noted in the article below, the Android One logo is missing from these leaked renders.
We expect Motorola to debut the phone (whatever it may be called) alongside the Motorola One Action and probably a bevy of other phones at IFA in September.
Original article, June 18, 2019 (09:00 PM ET): Today, CashKaro (via Slashleaks) gave us another look at what could be the unannounced Motorola One Pro. The phone supposedly follows the Motorola One Vision and could be paired with another phone reportedly called the Motorola One Action.
Looking at the renders, the One Pro comes in three colors: dark purple, black, and dark bronze. The phone also reportedly features a bottom-mounted headphone jack, a small raindrop-style display notch, and slim bezels.
Most notable is the rear quad-camera setup with a seemingly sizable camera bump. The primary camera looks to be a 48MP sensor. Lastly, the dual OIS branding points to at least two rear cameras being optically stabilized.
Finally, a report from CashKaro earlier today claims a 6.2-inch display for the One Pro.
Absent is a side- or rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, though the phone might feature an in-display fingerprint scanner. Also absent is any Android One branding. Other Motorola One smartphones feature Android One software and branding on the phone body. Perhaps Motorola will opt for its own take on Android with the One Pro.
Not much else is known, though the “Pro” moniker might point to flagship-level specs. We also don’t know when to expect the One Pro, though an announcement will reportedly come “soon.” We’ll keep a lookout for more information as we enter the summer months.