Motorola has a pair of new smartphones coming soon, and some details on the devices have leaked from reputable leakers. The smartphones are the Motorola One Zoom and the Motorola One Pro. The devices are variants of the same smartphone and details were leaked by Evan Blass and Roland Quandt, both notable for their accuracy with smartphone leaks.
Both the Motorola One Zoom and Motorola One Pro have the same design with thin bezels and a back with a blocky, rectangular raised area that has four lenses. The leaked details claim that the primary sensor will be a 48MP unit, and there are ultra-wide and telephoto lens to help add versatility to photo taking.
The Motorola logo that is directly under the four camera sensors is also said to light up. The One Zoom has Amazon apps and services preloaded, suggesting an Amazon-exclusive version of the device. On the hardware front, the chipset mentioned is a Snapdragon 675 paired up with 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage. The smartphone also has a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
Pricing is tipped at 399 euros, and Blass suggests that the two devices are different models for different markets. It's unclear if either of the smartphones will land in the U.S. at this time. The smartphones are thought to debut at an event to be held on August 16. Back in July, Motorola launched the Moto E6 budget smartphone that has a removable battery and Android Pie for the OS.
That smartphone was offered for $149 unlocked, offering a 5MP front camera, Snapdragon 435 SoC, 2GB of RAM, and 16GB of storage. A memory card slot supports up to 256GB of additional storage. The screen is a 5.5-inch unit with a resolution of 1440 x 720.