Check out Motorola One Vision specs l on yet another leak

Last month, Motorola confirmed that it will bring One Vision to Brazil during an event scheduled for May 15 . Despite the certainty that the model would be released on the Tupiniquim market, the manufacturer did not anticipate information about the device - and everything we "know" about it so far is rumored. However, within days of the official launch, more details and images of the Motorola One Vision eventually leaked onto the internet, this time through the site WinFuture.

The model is part of the One line, which was shipped with 600 series Snapdragon processors, but according to the leaks there will be a peculiar change in that, since it will come with a Samsung Exynos 9609 chip . The SoC is an octa-core with 2.2 GHz frequency, presenting performance compatible with the intermediate lines. In addition, the new Motorola device will also have 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage, which can be expanded with the use of the microSD card.

Another interesting highlight stands for the 6.3-inch LCD screen distributed in an uncommon ratio of 21: 9 - the same as the Sony Xperia 1 . Since the information indicates that there is a technology called "CinemaVision," it is very likely to be related to this typical proportion of the movie theaters' standards. In addition to the "stretch" resulting from the aspect ratio of the screen, there is also a design that refers a lot to the new smartphones Samsung Galaxy S10 line , presenting a virtually borderless screen and a circular hole to house the front camera.

The camera seems to be quite interesting as well, since a 48 MP rear resolution sensor with f / 1.7 aperture is mentioned in addition to the optical image stabilization. For the front camera, you can see that it will have a 20 MP sensor and f / 2.0 aperture. The Android Police website says there are rumors involving night vision features, in addition to everything. Other details include a 3.500mAh battery, Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi AC and NFC. Unfortunately, no water or dust resistance was mentioned.

Considering that the device is part of the One line, it is expected to be factory-running a version of pure Android and have great support for future updates of Google's operating system . Apparently, One Vision will cost € 299 (approximately R $ 1,327 in direct conversion) at the time it is released.

Source: Winfuture


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