It seems that Motorola is coming soon with a new Android One device. On the ARCore website from Google, the smartphone is already listed in the overview with devices that support the augmented reality platform.
Motorola One Vision leaked
The smartphone will be called the Motorola One Vision and will be the company’s second Android One smartphone. Lenovo released the Motorola One last year and now seems to want to come up with a successor relatively quickly.
In the overview of Google’s ARCore, to which Android devices are regularly added, the One Vision is already mentioned. Remarkably, the smartphone has not yet been officially announced, although it is also unclear when this will happen.
According to the latest rumors, the Motorola Moto Vision has a front-filling screen with an aspect ratio of 21 by 9, and a camera hole at the top left. That hole in the display is for the front camera and makes a notch unnecessary. In addition, the smartphone stands out because it would have the Exynos 9610 chip, and not a Qualcomm or MediaTek processor. The Exynos 9610 is made by Samsung and is also in the Galaxy A50.
More about the smartphone
Furthermore, the One Vision would be equipped with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, a dual camera (48 megapixel + a depth sensor) and 3500 mAh battery with fast charging via USB-C. Out of the box, the phone is most likely running on Android 9.0 (Pie). Because it is part of the Android One program, you can count on three years of security updates and at least two major Android updates. That would mean that the device will receive updates to Android Q and Android R.
It is likely that the Motorola One Vision will also be released in the United States since its predecessor also appeared here. The Motorola One has been available since October 2018 and nowadays you get the smartphone for around 200 euros. The device runs on a virtually bare version of Android Pie and has a 5.9-inch HD screen, a Snapdragon 625 chip and a dual camera of 13 and 2 megapixels, among other things.