Motorola One Vision render reveals punch-hole display, 48MP camera

Motorola One Vision render reveals punch-hole display

Motorola One Vision render reveals punch-hole display: Motorola’s yet announced forest vision smartphone has been a part of late leaks. The handset was recently seen while passing through the FCC, revealing its battery capacity. Now, the phone’s press render has come out, courtesy of Tigermobiles. The render leak is confirmed by a punch-hole display, 48MP rear camera, and this phone will be launched worldwide as an Android One. It is already known that Motorola will be powered by Van Vision aka Motorola P40, 10nm Exynos 9610 SoC.

Motorola One Vision render reveals punch-hole display

The Render Moto also shows a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor in the logo and indicates that the handset will have curved edges on the rear side. USB type-c port, speaker grill can be seen with the primary microphone below. In the leak tender, the SIM tray can be seen on the left, while the volume rocker and the power buttons are located on the right side. The phone can be viewed with a dual rear camera setup, which is expected to have a 48MP primary lens with dual LED flash. However, details about secondary shooter are unknown. On the go by render, the rear of the phone rocks a textured finish. For the latest updates, you can visit

Motorola One Vision, Specifications

According to other specifications, Motorola Van Vision is expected to have 6.2 inches full HD + punch hole display and is operated by Exynos 9610 10nm SoC with octa-core processor and Mali-G72. The phone has been tipped to come in three RAM and storage variants – 3GB + 32GB, 4GB + 64GB, and 4GB / 128GB. However, the 6GB RAM model was first detected from Geekbench listings. The phone is expected to have 3,500mAh battery with 18W Fast Charging support. The handset is expected to run on Android 9.0 pie with the dedicated Dolby audio and Face Unlock app out of the box. The Press Render shows the date of April 3 on the Home screen, which may be the date of the phone’s launch, but Motorola has not mentioned anything so far, so stay tuned for more updates.


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