After leaking out in a CAD-based render late last year, the Motorola One Vision has now been revealed by an official image leak.
The Motorola One Vision features a hole-punch in its upper-left corner of the display where the front-facing camera lives. There's also a small chin below the screen. Around back we can see a dual camera setup with a "48MP" label, a Motorola-branded fingerprint reader, and Android One branding. There's a USB-C port on the bottom of the phone, too.
While this leak from TigerMobiles is light on spec details, a separate report from XDA-Developers helps to fill us in. The Motorola One Vision is rumored to include an octa-core Exynos 9610 processor from Samsung, making it Moto's first Exynos-powered device. There will be models available with 3GB and 4GB of RAM as well as 32/64/128GB of built-in storage.
The rear camera on the Motorola One Vision is expected to be marketed as a 48MP snapper but will default to taking photos at a resolution of 12MP. Moto has also reportedly cooked up two new camera features called "Video 3D HDR" and "Long Exposure".
Details on the Motorola One Vision's screen are light, but a previous leak claimed it would have a 6.2-inch display. Leaked wallpapers for the device came in a resolution of 2520x1080. Finally, the Motorola One Vision is rumored to include a 3500mAh battery and Android 9 Pie with Android One.
After launching the Motorola P30 with a notch last year, it ought to make some folks happy that Moto will ditch the notch for a hole-punch with the Motorola One Vision. The lack of Motorola branding on the chin of the One Vision is a welcome sight, too, helping to give the phone a cleaner look.
Now we just have to wait for Motorola to announce the One Vision so we can get its full spec list and its price. What do you think of the Motorola One Vision so far?