Lenovo-owned Motorola is all set to announce its latest Moto Z3 Play, the company has decided not to stop with Z3 Play but to launch another device which is potentially known as Motorola One Power.
The One Power avoids the Moto branding and return to the Motorola branding. Lenovo originally decided to replace Motorola name with Moto by Lenovo but then reverted back to Motorola Moto branding, the One Power is likely to be first phone after some time to only feature Motorola branding.
The One Power is reportedly referring to the Motorola’s second Android One smartphone, with the first being the Moto X4.
As for the One Power name, there is a chance that the One Power is a repackaged Moto X5, which was abandoned a Motorola’s Chicago offices.
One Power reportedly features the controversial notch at the top. The render shows off a wide notch, which is going to bother those who already dislike the design trend.
One Power features slim bezels along the sides, at the bottom Motorola logo resides inside the small chin. Vertically aligned dual camera setup at the back with fingerprint sensor.
Other major specifications are still unknown, though the most Android One devices features Snapdragon 600-series chipset with 32 GB of storage and decent sized battery. But the rumors are the One Power will feature recently announced Snapdragon 710.
Motorola might announce the One power on June 6 alongside the Moto Z3 or by itself. Either way, the Motorola will launch One Power globally.