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Motorola One (Not Motorola One Power) shows up in official renders

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It is already known that Motorola is soon going to launch its first Android device with a notched display. Sources claim that it will be called Motorola One Power. But, it looks like there is also another similar smartphone launching soon, named the Motorola One. Yes, the One and One Power are two different devices that are launching soon. AndroidHeadlines was the first to reveal the press renders of Motorola One Power and today, the official press renders of the Motorola One were revealed by the same. These press renders were shared by a reliable source. These Motorola One renders show that the phone has a bit different design language than the Motorola One Power.

READ: Motorola One Power specs leaked – Snapdragon 636, FHD+ display & more

THIS IS THE MOTOROLA ONE

This is the Motorola One

This is the Motorola One

If you don’t know, this is the first device from Motorola that we are getting after so many years with no ‘Moto’ branding. This time, it’s all ‘Motorola,’ and there is no ‘Moto.’ First, the Motorola One is probably slimmer than the Motorola One Power as ‘Power’ in the name indicates that there is a pretty big battery under the hood. We aren’t sure about the size so the Motorola One may or may not be smaller in size than the Motorola One Power.

CHECK OUT: Motorola One Power hands-on images surface, showing the ‘top-notch’ design

As the renders above reveal, one of the major design change is the use of glass on the rear. There is not a metal back like the Motorola One Power. The phone has a glossy finish with a glass back and a metal frame. Also, this is not the first time Motorola is using a glass and metal design for its mid-range phones. In fact, this year’s Moto G series phones also feature a glass back and metal frame.

Motorola One

Left – Motorola One Right – Motorola One Power

The next difference regarding the design is the design of dual camera setup on the back. Unlike the Motorola One power that has a single module for dual cameras and the flash, the Motorola One has both the lenses placed separately with an LED flash between them. The fingerprint scanner is placed on the rear, and it is embedded within the Batwing logo, which is perfect placement.

As the Motorola One renders reveal, the front remains unchanged as the Motorola One has the same notched display as the Motorola One Power. If you notice, the bottom bezel is thinner on the Motorola One Power as compared to the one on Motorola One. So, we expect the display to be a bit smaller on the Motorola One. Again, we are not sure about the dimensions.

Both the phones are going to be Android One branded which means, we are getting stock Android and regular Android updates. Are you waiting for the Motorola One and Motorola One Power? Do let us know via the comments section.

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