Moto One Zoom Leaked With Quad Camera And Snapdragon 675
Motorola had launched the Moto One series back in 2018 with the Moto One Power. The series was distinctive due to their inclusion in the Android One program. These smartphones were guaranteed with two major Android OS updates and up to 3 years of security updates. Now, Moto One Zoom, a new entry in the series has been leaked alongside a few of its key specifications.
According to the source, Moto One Zoom will feature a 2,340 x 1080px FHD+ display. It is reportedly a 6.2 inch display which supports HDR. Similar to its Moto One Action, it also offers a tall aspect ratio of 21:9 with a waterdrop notch on the front.
Furthermore, the smartphone features Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 675 SoC. It will be offered in two storage variants which include 4GB RAM + 64GB ROM and 6GB RAM + 128GB ROM. The device will be powered by a large 4,000mAh battery and offers NFC connectivity as well.
Unlike Moto One Action, The One Zoom features a quad camera setup on the rear. Its primary camera is a 48MP sensor which employs the Quad Pixel Technology that combines 4 pixels into one. This enables it to capture 12MP shots in low light scenarios.
Furthermore, a depth sensor is included alongside a rumoured wide angle and telephoto lens. The quad-camera features dual OIS, 1.6 micron pixel size, focal length from 13mm to 81mm and 5x hybrid zoom. The front camera is a 16MP sensor for capturing selfies.
Price, Availability and Colours
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According to the leak, the Moto One Zoom will be offered in Grey, Purple and Brown colours. Notably, the handset also features a 3.5mm headphone jack and rear-mounted fingerprint scanner.
The Android One device is likely to ship with Android 9 Pie out of the box. Moto One Zoom is expected to be offered at a price of EUR 429 (approx. INR 34,000). The device will probably get showcased at the upcoming IFA 2019 tech expo that will be held in September. Its launch date should be announced thereon. Stay tuned for more updates.