Motorola One Power live image with a notch display hits the web

Hands-on image of the Motorola One Power emerges online.

    Earlier this week, we came across a leaked render of the Motorola One Power smartphone. The render showed that it won't be a regular Moto device but feature a Motorola branding. Now, we have another leak adding more evidence to the existence of the smartphone. This time, we can see the notched display in closeup.

    Motorola One Power live image with a notch display hits the web


    Those at 91mobiles have managed to get their hands on the alleged Motorola One Power. The image shows the notch on top of the display similar to the one we have seen on the iPhone X and several other smartphones.

    It appears to have thin bezels at the sides as seen on a number of smartphones that exist right now. But the bezel at the bottom is relatively thicker. The notch is seen to house the selfie camera, earpiece and sensors.

    Android One smartphone

    As its name indicates, there are speculations that the Motorola One Power will be an Android One smartphone. Though it will run on Android, the version used to power this device will be a lightweight one. The device appears to have premium specifications such as dual rear cameras stacked vertically.

    For now, there is no confirmation on the other details of the smartphone such as its pricing, launch date and specifications. We can expect more details to surface online in the form of leaks and speculations in the coming days or weeks.

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    Motorola One Power to be released globally

    Notably, this is not the first Android One smartphone from Motorola. Back in 2017, the company launched the Android One edition of the Moto X4 in the US. The highlight of this smartphone is the support for Google's Project Fi.

    This time, it is speculated that the company will bring the rumored Android One smartphone to the global markets instead of limiting it only to the US market. We can expect the company to launch the device in India and other Asian markets too. However, we cannot come to any conclusion until the company reveals an official word regarding the smartphones and its details. Let's wait for the same to be confirmed soon.

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