Motorola is a consistent organization, which leads in smartphones which are affordable. They have four smartphones under its Moto One series – Motorola One, Moto’s One Power, Motorola One Vision, and Moto’s One Action.
Lenovo-owned Moto launched Moto One and the One Power in the global market sometime back. To clarify, It is working on launching Moto One Action under the One series very soon. As it has already launched this series in China in the form of P30 and P30 pro.
Moto’s new plans certainly include launching Moto one series with One Action and One Pro. The name Action could indicate its video capturing features. Moto’s One actions features are already leaked.
Now, 91mobiles exclusively brings you the complete specifications of the Motorola One Action ahead of the official launch.
Motorola One Specs
The phone will arrive as an affordable variant of the One Vision. For instance, One Vision sports a 4D Corning Gorilla Glass on the back with two cameras. However, the One Action will feature a plastic rear with three shooters. Similarly, firstly, the One Action will also offer a punch-hole display and secondly a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor.
Moreover, Feature list for Moto One Action:-
- Punch hole LCD display
- Size – 6.3 inch
- HD+ screen resolution(1080 x 2520)
- GPU – Mali 672 with aspect ratio if 21:9
- RAM – both 3/4 GB
- Internal Storage(extendable) – 32/64/128 GB
- Camera – 12.6 + 5 Megapixels
- Wide angle upgraded lens with increased FPS.
- Colour – Blue/Gold
- Battery – 3500 mAh
- 48MP Quad-Bayer unit sensor
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In conclusion, they are always consistent with their smartphones and gadgets. Above all, the phone will be an Android One smartphone. Importantly, Moto One will launch with a stock version of Android Pie. It will be powered by Exynos 9610 SoC in addition to a 3500 mAh battery.
Therefore, as a result, Moto One Action would include Android 9.0 which is the latest Android version. However, on the other hand, low RAM would hamper the performance of the device.
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