Motorola Moto One Power appear in renders, powers with Snapdragon 636 SoC


Motorola is about to announce its latest Moto Z3 Play in the market. Even before its launch, some leaks are available about a different device. Recently on twitter, some fan-made renders of the upcoming Motorola Moto One Power appeared. Although the renders are mentioned as official, according to our analysis they are fan-made. The specs of the devices are also leaked on the web, so without wasting any time let’s know more about it.

We haven’t seen any details about the device earlier, it has just appeared on the internet. Being a fake render we can’t decode much about it. However, a leaked image is also there which would be enough to feed you all Tech-savvy folks. As visible in the image, it has a full-view display and it will probably be the first Moto handset to come with a notch. The handset is expected to come with a Full HD+ IPS Display, 19:9 ratio.

As per leaked specs, it comes powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 Octa-Core processor coupled with 4GB of RAM. In the Camera segment, the device will house a Dual 16MP(f/1.8)+5MP(f/2.0) snappers in the rear whereas in the front it will offer a 16MP(f/1.9) selfie shooter. As suggested by fan-made renders the device borrows its design from Xiaomi handset and will launch under Android One program. The device will house a 3780 mAh battery with fast charging technology. No more details about pricing and availability are there. The handset will possess volume and power switch on the right side and will use Type-C port for Charging.

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