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Motorola One Power shows up in the wild with a notched display



A couple of days back, we got to know that Motorola is all set to jump on the bandwagon by launching a device with a notched display. If you don’t know, Motorola One Power is launching soon as the first Motorola phone featuring a notch on top. The official render was first leaked by AndroidHeadlines and today; the phone showed up in the wild which confirmed its existence and also confirmed the design revealed by the leaked render.

Motorola One Power Prototype

Motorola One Power Prototype

As the image above shows, the phone has a design similar to every other Android smartphone with a notch. The bottom bezel is considerably thicker as compared to the top and side bezels and to cover it up, Motorola added its branding on the bottom bezel (Really, Motorola?). A front-facing speaker would’ve been a great addition but well, it’s Motorola so, we better not expect a lot from them. The unit shown in the image above is probably a prototype as we can see the text written below the Motorola branding that says – ‘Motorola Confidential Property. Not For Sale.’

The boot animation also shows ‘Motorola’ instead of ‘Moto’, but there is also ‘Lenovo’ branding, maybe to remind us that the company still works under Lenovo. It is good to see the return of ‘Motorola’ branding. The ‘Moto By Lenovo’ branding is already ditched by the company, and that’s why we see the ‘Motorola Moto’ devices these days. But, with the Motorola One Power, it will be all ‘Motorola’, and no ‘Moto’ or anything else. Fans will be really happy to know this.

Motorola One Power

Motorola One Power

We don’t have any information about the specifications of the Motorola One Power so stay tuned for that.



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