While Motorola India is prepping up for the launch of its new budget handset the Moto G7, another device from the company seems to be the one making all the headlines. In case you aren’t aware, we’re talking about the soon-to-be-launched Motorola One Vision. We have been hearing about this handset for the past few weeks and after it first appeared in a Geekbench benchmark result. This was followed up with a specs leak in which it was revealed that the handset would be powered by (surprise, surprise!), a Samsung Exynos chipset. While this is not the first time that an Exynos chipset has been used on a non-Samsung device (Meizu and Lenovo, for example, had devices with Exynos chipsets in the past), this is perhaps the first time that it has appeared on a Motorola branded device.
Motorola One Vision/P40: Leaked Render
Apart from the specs, CAD renders of the Motorola One Vision (which is also known as the Motorola P40), were leaked by 91 Mobiles in association with OnLeaks. The reason you are reading about the One Vision once again is that we have fresh renders from folks over at Tiger Mobiles which that more or less confirms the presence of a 48-megapixel camera and a punch hole display. Anyway, let us now take a closer look at the Motorola P40/One Vision.
Motorola One Vision/P40: Key specifications, features
From what is known thus far, the Motorola One Vision will feature a large 6.2-inch panel with a punch hole display on the top left corner of the device. The punch hole houses the front-facing camera unit. While there is no clarity in the type of display being used, it is likely that the panel would be of the IPS LCD type if the handset is positioned as a mid-ranger.
The talking point of the handset will have to be its camera setup which will consist of a 48-megapixel primary camera at the rear. Like many other devices with the similar 48-megapixel sensor, Motorola will reportedly use a QCFA (Quad Color Filter Array) arrangement. This also means that for most use cases, the handset would default to a lower 12-megapixel resolution. While not confirmed yet, the handset could come with a dedicated mode that will let users capture images in the full 48-megapixel resolution. We still do not have any details regarding the secondary rear camera or the front-facing camera unit.
The phone will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 9610 chipset that is also found doing duty on the Samsung Galaxy A50. The Motorola One Vision is likely to be offered in several versions with 3GB and 4GB RAM options and with three storage options 32GB, 64GB, and 128GB. The exact RAM/Storage combinations remain a mystery at this point. The handset is also confirmed to feature a USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack. As for the battery, from what is currently known, the Motorola One Vision will come with a 3,500 mAh battery with support for fast charging.
Being a Motorola, it is expected that the One Vision will launch withAndroid 9 Pie, the latest stable version of Android. The UI will be near stock Android with minor Motorola customizations. The handset being a part of the Android One Program also means that you are sure to get software updates for at least two years and three years of Android security patches.