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Motorola quietly unveiled two Android One powered devices

cjmagowan  —  5 months ago ( Sep 06, 2018 )    |    Mobile, News

Right now, Android One is one that you’d probably know as the new kid in town, with the proliferation of devices joining in take part of what uses to  be Google’s line of affordable devices that offers a relatively plain stock Android experience.

After a long wait, Motorola finally unveiled its own Android One device with two new handsets the Motorola One and the Motorola One Power. What’s surprising here though is that Motorola quietly unveiled these two devices through their blog on their site with only the highlights of features were mentioned about these handsets.

The Motorola One, the base model of the two packs a 5.9-inch display with a 19:9 aspect ratio Full HD+ resolutions and it houses a display notch on top. At the back, the panel is laminated by glass and houses a dual camera system.

Speaking of cameras, the dual sensors on the Motorola One includes a primary 13 Megapixel sensor with a secondary sensor with yet to be known specs. But this setup when it comes to camera systems on a smartphone, there’s a huge possibility that this should be a depth sensing module and everything else about making bokeh effects.

The handset is powered by a Snapdragon 625 chipset and is said to come with 4GB of RAM with expandable internal storage. The battery, well according to an Amazon listing, it’s rated at 3000 mAh.

The Motorola One Power on the other hand as the name suggest primarily comes with a bigger battery, it also has a larger footprint with a large 6.2-inch display and a display notch as well. It boosts a 19:9 Aspect ratio with Full HD+ resolutions. On the back, it’s all the same glass lamination as well with a dual camera module.

The handset promises a two-day battery life for the Motorola One Power but the company is yet to disclose the specifics of these handsets, so we are not sure for now on what rate the handset has on its battery.

With Android One, Motorola promises faster security updates for these two devices and earlier OS upgrades. But at launch, these two device will boot Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box and said to get Android 9.0 Pie soon after.