Starting this month, a Motorola smartphone appeared on Geekbench with Exynos 9610 SoC and Android Pie, called Motorola One Vision. The phone will also be known as Motorola P40 in Chinese markets. The Motorola P40 will be a successor of the last year Motorola P30 smartphone. The Motorola One Vision is an Android One OS powered smartphone. Now the render of the One Vision leaked online and revealed the front and rear design of the phone.
According to the appeared renders, the Motorola One Vision will come with the punch-hole camera setup on the screen at the top-left corner. The phone will also support tall aspect ratio. On the back side, the One Vision will be featured with vertically placed dual camera sensors along with LED flash. The phone render appeared in brown color. At the center of the rear panel, there is a company logo embedded with a fingerprint reader. The Android One also placed at the bottom of the back panel. On the bottom edge, there is a speaker and USB-C port available.
According to the previously leaked information, the One Vision smartphone will have a 21:9 tall aspect ratio including 174 x 167 pixels selfie camera cutout on the screen. The phone expected to have 1080 x 2560 pixels (Full DH+) of resolutions.
On the Geekbench benchmark, the phone appeared with Exynos SoC on board. Which means, the Motorola One Vision will be the first smartphone from the Motorola that powered by Exynos chipset. The phone expected to have Exynos 9610 chipset on board. The One Vision may come with 3 GB or 4 GB of RAM. The company may launch 32 GB, 64 GB and 128 GB storage variants. The phone expected to pack with 3,500mAh battery. The phone expected to come with 48-megapixel main camera sensors on the back side.
The Motorola One Vision expected to go official in the second quarter of the year.