This is apparently the Motorola One Pro. Complete with a quad-camera setup and a pretty large camera bump on the back.
As you can see from the image above, it is going to be available in (at least) three colors. A black color, along with a more bronze color and a purple color. Of course, Motorola will create some special names for those colors.
The backside houses that quad-camera setup we talked about already, though, interestingly enough, the flash is not in the camera bump. It's to the left of the camera module. Which is a pretty interesting place to put it. Most companies would put it inside the camera module.
The camera bump also houses the bat-wing Motorola logo on the bottom. Which makes it about twice as long as it needs to be. Hopefully there's some other hardware within that camera bump, otherwise it looks pretty pointless. There's also no fingerprint sensor on the back. It could be on the side, within the fingerprint sensor, but it is more than likely an under-display fingerprint sensor. Something we've seen Motorola do with the Moto Z4 recently.
Motorola One Pro looks pretty familiar from the front. It's almost like a cookie-cutter front for Motorola at this point. With a nearly full-screen display, with a small notch for the camera at the top. There are some pretty decently sized bezels on the top and bottom. The display is reportedly going to be a 6.2-inch display.
Finally, it does look like the headphone jack is remaining on the One Pro, which is a nice feature to see. It's something that Motorola has gone back and forth on, in regard to removing it. Motorola was actually first to remove it a few years ago on the Moto Z Force, but it came back on the Moto Z4 this year.
The Motorola One Pro is going to be a high-end version of Motorola's One series that will run Android One. It appears that the One series is where Motorola is focusing now, and focusing less on the Moto Z and even the Moto G series. Which is probably smart for Motorola, since it already has a near stock version of Android on its smartphone, going Android One probably makes it even simpler for Motorola.
What's going to be interesting, is the cameras on the back of the Motorola One Pro. Motorola is not well-known for its cameras. In fact, it is infamous for them. Motorola's cameras are usually pretty poor. So it'll be interesting to see what Motorola does with these four cameras here. It's likely going to be a standard sensor, and a wide-angle, then a telephoto and either a depth sensor or a Time of Flight sensor - which seems to be all the rage these days.
Motorola hasn't announced any upcoming launch events, so it's unclear how long before the One Pro actually launches. But given that we are getting these new renders now, it likely won't be that long. It'll likely be launching in India first and then heading to other countries in the following weeks, months.