Earlier this month, a report released by XDA developers revealed that the upcoming Motorola One One Android One smartphone would work on Samsun's 10nm Exynos 9610 chip underneath the lid. The first novelty of the upcoming smartphone came online, which confirms some details.
As you can see in the upper part of the print, Motorola One Vision will have a hole on the screen for the house of self-portrait. Thanks to the hole for the hole, Motorola One Vision will improve the ratio of screens and body compared to the Motorola One One smartphone for 2018. This means that the beard on the bottom is not as thin as you would like.
On the back of the headset we see the setting with two cameras with two sensors, which are folded vertically. The text next to dual cameras confirms that the primary sensor will actually be 48-megapixel. Although the primary culler will be marketed as a 48MP unit, it will use the QCFA (Quad Color Filter Array) for default 12 MP photos.
The smartphone is equipped with a 6.2-inch screen with an extremely high aspect ratio of 21: 9 pages. As mentioned earlier, it will be powered by the Exynos 9610, the same chip that supplies the Samsung Galaxy A50. In terms of memory, the upcoming Android One smartphone is said to be available with up to 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory. Motorola One Vision has recently been confirmed by the Wi-Fi Alliance, so it is highly likely that it could be presented in the second quarter of the year.