Motorola One Vision to launch in Brazil on May 15

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Motorola One series isn’t just a one-time thing after all, as there have been a series of leaks relating to a possible successor to the Motorola One and One Power.  Popular tipster Evan Blass had earlier in April revealed that the Lenovo owned company – Motorola will be offering four new models under the Motorola One lineup, but the Motorola One Vision and One Action are the two keenly expected device, and now, we may have just unearthed when both devices could go official.

Retail sources had earlier confirmed to Canaltech that the One Vision will make its debut in May, and now, reports from Brazil says the firm has issued media invites to the Brazilian press for an event in São Paulo on May 15 perhaps for the Motorola One Vision launch.

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The One Vision, when launched, will arrive as the firm’s third Android One phone. It was recently spotted on Google’s ARCore website confirming the Motorola One Vision moniker but doesn’t reveal any hardware specifications. Reports have it that the One Vision will come fitted with a 6.2-inch full HD+ 21:9 display with a sizeable chin, and what is more, it could be the firms first Android phone with the Hole-punch display which means there is no notch or whatsoever. It is also tipped to be Motorola’s first smartphone to be built on the octa-core Samsung Exynos 9610.

Much like some mid-range devices, the One Vision will get a dual-camera system with a 48-megapixel primary sensor which snaps photos that defaults to 12MP. Previous reports say we could get up to three variants of the device including; 3GB RAM + 32GB, 4GB RAM + 64GB, and 4GB RAM + 128GB, while also not ruling out the chances of a 6GB RAM.

Speaking of the Motorola One Action, there are currently little or no information relating to the device, so we are not sure if it could launch alongside the One Vision.

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