It’ll have a notch at the top of its display, and around the back there should be a vertical dual-camera setup with an LED flash cutout between the lenses. The One Power will, like other recent products in the industry, seem completely uninspired.
Apple, though, won’t be worried about this copycat. The Lenovo-owned company isn’t a powerhouse anymore. Aside from that, the One Power doesn’t have cutting-edge specifications. It’ll be a mid-range device with a price tag that’s easy on the wallet. The iPhone X is $999, and the One Power will likely be under $300 with availability in select markets.
Here’s a promotional image for the One Power, which TechieNize posted online:
The leak claims it’ll ship with a 6.2-inch Full HD+ (2280×1080) display, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 636, 4GB of memory, 64GB of storage, 12MP and 5MP rear cameras, an 8MP front camera, a 3780mAh battery, and Android 8.1 Oreo.
Based on its name, Motorola’s One Power should belong to Android One. The Google-run initiative lets the company manage software while partners just have to roll out capable hardware. Motorola participated in the initiative with the Moto X4 last year.
The One Power could make its debut at the end of the summer when Android P hits. Take a close look at the one-touch navigation bar. It’s a lot smaller than the one Motorola is using on the new Moto Z3 Play. In fact, it looks more like the one Google is shipping on the next version of Android.
Both companies could introduce the phone alongside Android P’s release date in September.