Pre-Launch Moto One Vision Leak Confirms Specs, Attributes


Motorola's Moto One Vision has leaked out again but is shown in real-world in-hand images this time instead of renders, just ahead of its expected May 15 launch in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The image, provided to 91mobiles by a "trusted source," doesn't give away too many design details but does show the front-facing side with a standard pre-installed promotional sticker laid over top. That seems to reconfirm many aspects of the handset that were previously leaked.

Specifically, the sticker highlights an AI-enhanced Quad Pixel 48-megapixel rear camera with optical image stabilization. The selfie shooter is rated at 25-megapixels and is clearly set under the display in a punch-hole cutout. That's a 6.3-inch FullHD+ CinemaVision panel, according to the sticker. The bezel surrounding that is tiny and nearly equal all the way around, with the lower portion being only slightly taller than its opposing counterpart.

128GB is included for storage in the device that's pictured.


The final promotional point is that this is an Android One handset, meaning that it will ship with stock Android out of the box rather than featuring a lot of bloatware and a custom UI. That should also indicate that it will receive prompt updates to both security and firmware compared to handsets that aren't in the program.

What else do we know?

As noted above, this is absolutely not the first time the Moto One Vision has been leaked, including a full range of specification. The device also landed at the FCC in recent months and was passing through the Bluetooth SIG for certification of both single and dual-SIM variants as recently as mid-April.


4GB of memory are expected to back up the handset's storage as well as a newly introduced — for Motorola — Samsung-built Exynos chipset. More directly, that will be the Exynos 9609 or 9610 octa-core SoC with an expected base clock frequency of 2.2GHz. Motorola has traditionally stuck with Qualcomm processors and there's no indication whether or not the company will switch over to Samsung more widely.

A 3,500mAh battery is expected to power the gadget, coupled with 18W charging for quicker top-offs.

The expected price tag has been suggested at around €299 or Rs 23,400 for global users and that will net early adopters a pair of Motorola Verve earbuds as a bonus.


For cameras, the rear sensor on the Moto One Vision is not expected to stand alone but will be coupled with a 5-megapixel sensor serving as a depth reader for portrait mode. A fingerprint scanner will be part of that package too.

A second 'variant' of the One Vision is predicted to be released at the same time for buyers in China, undoubtedly with a few changes under the hood and bearing the Moto P40 branding instead.

What's left?


Since this is an Android One handset there aren't likely to be many extra software features outside of stock Android included and it's safe to bet there won't be any. So there's really not much left to show off for the Moto One Vision if the leaks so far have been accurate. Confirmation of pricing and availability are going to be among the bigger aspects of the launch.

There may still be a trick or two up Motorola's sleeve regarding specifications too and it will almost certainly have plenty of details to add to the information that's already available. Aside from that, it seems that all that's left to see now is how this device performs in the real world and how accurate the leaks have been.

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