Moto One Power live images confirm the notch once again

Motorola One Power

Motorola ready to board the infamous train, the Notch, with its all-new Android One smartphone. The much-rumoured handset from the house of Motorola has been leaked in its all glory. As appears in the photos obtain by TechInfoBit, the handset holds a branding of Android One on the bottom of the rear side. It is believed to be dubbed as Moto One Power smartphone with a fairly large battery life as the name suggest.

Earlier there were various occasions when the specifications and renders of the device have been leaked. But this is the first time that we are getting a look at live images of the device. Embracing the matte finish design on the rear, it houses dual-rear vertical setup cameras. The fingerprint sensor is also placed in the back with Motorola logo inside the sensor.

The highlight of the Moto One Power

As you can see in the pictures, the display on this device has a cut-out, which is infamously called Notch. This is the first time a Motorola phone would be introducing a notch on its mobile phone. The display size is believed to be a 6-incher phone with full HD+ resolution. The notch will house an 8MP selfie sensor, earpiece along with other essential sensors.  

Talking about other design aspects, it will pack a dual stereo speaker at the bottom against company’s regular front firing speakers. Plus, it will house a USB Type-C port and could have the fast charging like Moto G6 and G6 Play. As far as the processor goes, it may pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

What do you guys think of the design of Moto One Power? Let us know in the comments section below.

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