Lenovo owned Motorola has reportedly sent out invites to a launch event later this month in India. Set to take place on June 20th, the event will be the launch pad of anew premium phone, though the invite contains no specific details. However, there are two options; the brand will likely launch the freshly released Motorola One Vision for the country or could be launching a device never launched before in any country, and if it turns out to be that, then it could be the Motorola One Action or Motorola One Pro.
The first option is, however, the most plausible, given that leaks from last month suggested the brand will be launching the Motorola One Vision for the Indian sub-continent later in June.
The Motorola One Vision was first launched in Brazil back in May, and is expected to launch in India, still, as the Motorola One Vision, and should bring no changes or whatsoever. The device as per previous reports is expected to sell in the country for around Rs. 25,000.
At that price, Motorola is offering you its “most advanced camera system ever” – a Quad Pixel technology and AI assistance for sharper and better-lit results. You also get a 6.3-inch Full HD+ with a punch hole21:9, and an aspect ratio that is far longer than even the stretched-out 18:9 to 19:9 standards that have flooded the market in recent times. The display is dubbed the CinemaVision similar to Sony’s Sony’s CinemaVision display that you find on Sony’s Xperia X10 and Xperia 10 Plus, though Sony’s version lacks the Punch hole for selfie camera.
The cameras on the back are 48MP camera with Dual LED flash, f/1.7 aperture, OIS, 5MP secondary rear camera with f/2.2 aperture, while a 25MP front-facing shooter sits within the punch hole. The device is an Android One smartphone with Android 9 Pie out of the box, and a promise of a swift update to Android Q when available. It is powered by Samsung’s 2.2GHz octa-core Exynos 9609 processor, 4GB RAM, 128GB built-in storage with room to expand via microSD, and a 3,500mAh battery with ‘TurboPower’ fast charging support. You can find other juicy details here.