IFA 2019 is happening next month, and it's sure to bring with it lots of new smartphones. One of those new phones could be the Motorola One Zoom.
Renders that show the Motorola One Zoom have leaked out, showing a Moto Phone with four rear cameras. The main cam is expected to be a 48MP sensor that'll likely using pixel-binning tech to combine four pixels into one, giving you sharper photos with a 12MP resolution. Reports from MySmartPrice and WinFuture suggest that the Motorola One Zoom will also have a wide angle camera, a telephoto cam with 5x hybrid zoom, and a depth-sensing snapper.
It's also rumored that the Motorola One Zoom will feature a 6.2-inch AMOLED display with waterdrop notch, an in-display fingerprint sensor, a USB-C port, and a 3.5mm headphone jack. Inside the One Zoom may be an octa-core Snapdragon 675 processor along with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a microSD card slot.
Finally, one of the leaked images shows several Amazon apps on the Motorola One Zoom's home screen, including Amazon Shopping and Amazon Alexa. That suggests that Motorola's new phone will come with Amazon apps preloaded.
After introducing the Motorola One Action with its action cam that lets you record horizontal video while holding the phone vertically, these Motorola One Zoom leaks show that Moto will once again do something with cameras to help its phones stand out. Since it's got "Zoom" in its name, we're looking forward to putting the Motorola One Zoom's telephoto cam and hybrid zoom to the test to see just how well they perform. And with IFA 2019 just a couple of weeks out, we may not have to wait long to do just that.