Motorola One Action With Exynos 9609 And 4GB Of RAM Spotted On Geekbench
Earlier this month, Motorola Mobility LLP launched the Moto One Vision smartphone that features a punch hole display. Besides the previously launched handset, the company is expected to launch another smartphone. The listing of an unreleased device has been spotted on popular benchmarking website, Geekbench. The said listing hints of device’s imminent launch that carries the Motorola One Action moniker.
According to the Geekbench listing, the Moto One Action is kitted with the Exynos 9609 SoC. Surprisingly, the same chipset is also found on the previously mentioned Moto One Vision. The Exynos 9609 consists of an Octa Core CPU and the ARM Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. Talking more about the chipset, it is clocked down variant of the Exynos 9610 which is present on the Samsung Galaxy A50.
Furthermore, the Moto One Action runs on the stock Android 9 Pie OS which will provide for a smooth and bloatware free experience. In terms of memory, the device is fitted with 4 GB of RAM. However, the company is also expected to launch the smartphone in higher Ram capacities as well. Speaking of benchmark results the Moto One Action registers a single core score of 1601 points and a multi core score of 5377 points.
Unfortunately, details about the design of the Moto One Action are still a mystery. However, going by the ‘Action’ suffix in the name, it could be a rugged device with heterogenous specifications to the Moto One Vision. This claim can further be strengthened with the fact the company has previously launched a handful of rugged smartphones including the Moto Z2 Force. Even though the launch date of the device is yet to be revealed, the Geekbench listing indicates an imminent launch.