More details of the Motorola One Vision with Exynos 9610 surface
A few days back, Motorola One Vision showed up on Geekbench with Exynos 9610 processor, and since a lot of Geekbench listings can be fake, we couldn’t confirm if this phone was actually in the works. But now, thanks to the details provided by XDA-Developers, it is confirmed that there is indeed a phone with Exynos 9610 that Motorola will launch this year.
It is going to be an Android One device and will be a global version of the Chinese Motorola P40 that has already leaked in CAD renders.
The CAD renders of the Motorola P40 revealed that there is a punch-hole display, a dual camera setup on the rear and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner. The punch-hole display is the first for any Motorola device. Moreover, it has a 48 Megapixel primary rear shooter.
Since the Motorola One Vision will be a global version of the P40, we assume that the design is going to remain the same. Talking about the specs that we know so far, the phone is powered by an octa-core 10nm Exynos 9610 processor and has 3/4GB RAM along with 32/64/128GB storage. It is an Android One device running Android Pie out of the box.
As per XDA, the phone has a 21:9 display with a Full-HD+ resolution (2520 x 1080). The display size is around 6.2-inches. This means Motorola will do what Sony is doing this year, i.e., launching phones with 21:9 displays. It is not yet known if the display is an OLED panel or an LCD.
Underneath, there is a 3,500mAh battery with Turbocharging. FYI, last year’s Motorola One Power launched with a huge 5,000mAh battery so the 3,500mAh battery of the Motorola One Vision might disappoint a lot of power users.
Still, since there is a 10nm processor and stock Android, expect a really good battery life. The phone, codenamed “Robusta2” will be sold in Latin America, India, and Brazil. There is also a second Motorola device with Exynos 9610 codenamed “Troika” having similar storage options like the Motorola One Power. It will be sold in the Middle East, Asia Pacific, Eastern Europe, Latin America, India, and China. There isn’t much information about this one, though.