Motorola working on two Android One devices instead of one, suggests a new report

Motorola One

Motorola is believed to be working on not only one but two Android One devices at a time. A new render has popped up, thanks to the people at Android Headlines, which showcased the alleged Moto One and Moto One Power. While we already knew about the existence of Moto One Power thanks to a set of concrete leaks. The second Motorola Android One device is a surprise. And it might be a sweet one!

Moto One: Bigger or Smaller Sibling?

To answer in short, it is believed to be the small sibling as compared to the One Power. We reported earlier that Moto’s One Power looks quite similar to Lenovo Z5. Now well looks like, Motorola is mirroring two devices with Lenovo’s Z5 design. At least the front of Moto One looks exactly the same.

Talking about the differences between One Power and One, the latter could come equipped with a small notch display as opposed to 6.2-inch on former. Other significant changes in terms of the design could include the absence of fingerprint sensor on the Moto One. When you look closely, the Motorola logo on the rear will feel like an engraving rather than a delineation as on One Power.

Both the devices will sport dual rear cameras, while for the One Power we are aware of the details – 12MP + 5MP setup. But for the smaller sibling, no camera details are shared. As far as other specifications like a processor, battery, and RAM is concerned, it may be trimmed down as well. One more distinguishable feature is the matte finish on Power variant, where it could be a glossy on the One.

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

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