It rocks a Samsung processor and is an Android One device
After we saw leaks and renders of the P40 a few months back, the upcoming device made an appearance once again—this time in the form of the Motorola One Vision.
While it does look similar to the P40 save for the updated Android One branding, the Motorola One Vision uses a different processor. Instead of a Snapdragon 675, the Motorola One Vision is said to use Samsung’s Exynos 9610 processor according to GeekBench. In addition, rumors point to the Motorola One Vision having more variants—these include 3GB/4GB RAM options and 32GB/64GB/128GB storage options.
While it has the same 6.2-inch punch hole display, the Motorola One Vision will have a Full HD+ resolution instead. It will also have the same 48-megapixel main rear camera like the P40, though it will have a smaller 3500mAh battery. Camera features include “Long Exposure” and “Video 3D HDR”—we are unsure at what the latter does for now.
The Motorola One Vision is expected to be sold globally, though there’s no word if this Android One device will make it to our shores.