Motorola One Power with Snapdragon 636 SoC appears on TENAA

Motorola One Power

If there is one handset other than Xiaomi’s Mi A2 and A2 Lite that we are excited to see in the Android One program is – Motorola One Power. This handset has been leaked a couple of times on various certification websites. As well as it has been spotted online on the live hands-on images. Moreover, a complete list of its specs sheet has been leaked online, previously.

Today, the handset got its confirmation on one of the popularly known FCC equivalent, TENAA. The China-based certification organization has listed this latest Motorola handset on its database. 91Mobiles was quick to find out this listing. While TENAA listings are believed to be true, it is unfortunate that these listing sometimes lacks the complete information.

There is no confirmation of the specification sheet or renders shared by TENAA. Although, the listing reveals that it will come with the network support of TD-LTE, LTE FDD, TD-SCDMA, WCDMA, cdma 2000, CDMA 1X, and GSM.

Motorola One Power Expected Specs

As far as the earlier reports are concerned, the Motorola One Power could sport a 6.2-inch FullHD+ screen with a notch design. It will allegedly pack a Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SoC, which is one of the most powerful processors in the mid-segment. While it could be accompanied with a 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.

For users looking forward to the camera department on this handset, it could be packing a dual rear cameras set up. Where the primary lens would be of a 12MP resolution and secondary lens of 5MP resolution. It will be running on the stock Android experience based on the Android Oreo. The battery juice will be at 3780mAh as per the leaks.


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