Motorola One Power Passes TENAA Certification; Android One Phone Could Launch Soon?


The much-rumored offering from Motorola, Moto One Power is in news again. This time the upcoming handset is the matter of subject for getting certified by yet another regulatory authority. The smartphone has recently received the 3C certification. The phone’s specifications have already been leaked along with a leaked image posted a while back.

Motorola One Power Gets TEENA Certification

The Motorola One Power smartphone has allegedly been certified by the Chinese certification agency TENAA. The device has received the certification under the model number XT1942-1. The handset also got the 3C certification under the same model. The listing on TENAA has revealed that the upcoming smartphone will include TD-LTE,  TD-SCDMA, LTE FDD, WCDMA,  CDMA 1X, CDMA 2000, and GSM networks support. As per the certification, the Android smartphone could also pack dual-SIM slots.

Motorola One Power: Leaks and Rumors

Motorola One Power has been the subject of discussion for a long time. The smartphone has been making the rounds of the internet with its leaked images, rumored certifications, leaked specifications, and more. Right after the 3C certification, the alleged device was spotted on the website of a Chinese certification agency MIIT. Just like the 3C certification, the Moto Onee Power has been certified by MIIT under the model number “XT-1942”. The listing doesn’t reveal any detailed specifications of the upcoming Android-powered phone.

Motorola One Power: Expected Features and Specifications

The Motorola One Power would be the company’s first Android One smartphone. The There are no official details from the company regarding the features and specifications of the upcoming device. However, we have a decent idea of what to expect from the device, thanks to all the online leaks. Going by what we know so far, the smartphone sports a rear-mounted fingerprint reader and features a metal unibody design. The handset comes with a notched-screen which houses the earpiece, frontal imaging piece, and the proximity sensor making it bezel-less.
For optics, the Motorola One Power is packed with an 8-megapixel front-facing image snapper and dual 12+5-megapixel primary sensor set up. The dual rear cameras can capture detailed and in-depth images even in the dark, owing to the LED flash.

The smartphone flaunts a 6.2-inch Full HD+ display which is bezel-less and offers an amazing visual experience. The Moto One Power also has good legibility under bright sunlight. The display on the smartphone is protected by the Corning’s Gorilla Glass coating. For storing data and apps, the device is bundled with 64GB of expandable onboard storage space which can further be expanded using a microSD card up to 256GB, based on your requirement.

The Motorola One Power is an Android One smartphone which is based on the Android 8.1 Oreo operating system out of the box. Under the hood, the device is loaded with an octa-core Snapdragon 660 chipset and 4GB of RAM to ensure smooth and seamless performance. You can enjoy games and also work on more than two apps at the same time without having to worry about the performance of the smartphone. On the connectivity front, the options include  4G with VoLTE support, GPS, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n, NFC, and a USB Type-C port. The Motorola One Power will allow its users to use two SIM cards at the same time.
The Motorola One Power packs a non-removable Li-Po 3780 mAh battery which ships with fast charging support to support heavy and extensive usage.

Now that the smartphone has got these certifications, we can expect the company to announce the device soon. The smartphone is available in only one color variant as of now- Black. Let’s see if the company offers more color options at the time of launch. There is no information on the expected price of the Motorola One Power yet, but all the devices are expected to come with the same price tag. And you never know, there could be yet another leak revealing the rest of the details. Stay tuned for more updates on the device.