Motorola is expected to unveil a new One series smartphone at IFA 2019 in Berlin later this week, dubbed the One Zoom. Just days before its official unveiling, the Motorola One Zoom has popped up on the Geekbench benchmark database, confirming a few key details.
Motorola One Zoom Geekbench Listing Confirms Snapdragon 675 Chipset
The Motorola One Zoom Geekbench listing confirms the upcoming mid-range smartphone from the Lenovo-owned smartphone maker will feature Qualcomm’s 11nm Snapdragon 675 octa-core processor. Motorola has paired the mid-range Snapdragon processor with 4GB of RAM, just like the other two One series phones that have been launched by the company this year.
In terms of software, the Geekbench listing confirms the One Zoom will be running on Android 9 Pie out of the box. Unlike the Motorola One Vision and One Action, the One Zoom is rumored to not be a part of the Android One program. It will come with Alexa built-in and also have several Amazon apps pre-installed.
According to a recent leak, the One Zoom will feature a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with a small waterdrop cutout at the top for a 25MP selfie camera. On the back of the phone will be a quad-camera setup with two of the sensors featuring optical image stabilization. The primary sensor at the rear will be a 48MP unit with support for 4K video recording. In addition to the 48MP primary sensor, the One Zoom will also have a 16MP ultra-wide-angle snapper, an 8MP telephoto lens with 5x hybrid zoom, and a depth sensor for portrait shots.
Some of the other rumored specifications of the Motorola One Zoom include a large 4000mAh battery with 18W fast charging and P2i nano-coating. A variant of the One Zoom with Android One software is expected to be launched as the One Pro in certain markets.