Motorola seems to have found a sweet spot with its One series of smartphones as is evident by the number of such devices it has churned out in the past year. The One Vision is the brand’s latest Android One device, and rumors are rife that up to 3 more are in the making. The Motorola One Action is one of such.
We already brought you leaked specs and images of the devices. It has also cleared a number of pre-release certifications, and now, the device has received Android certification from Google. The software giant has now uploaded the phone’s profile to the Android Enterprise website. That is a strong signal that it might be released soon.
As we’ve previously seen, the listing has an image of the device with a look that same look as the Motorola One Vision. The listing doesn’t give us a look at the device from the rear, but it does confirm it has a fingerprint sensor. And from what we know so far, the sensor is located at the rear panel. The rear is also home to a triple camera setup comprising of 12.6MP main sensor, and a wide-angle lens.
The Google’s Enterprise listing further confirms the Motorola One Action will get a 6.3″ display, 4GB RAM, 128GB storage, while it boots Android Pie out of the box. At the heart, the Motorola One Action is tipped to come with Samsung’s Exynos 9609 while it will be fueled by a 3,500 mAh battery.
We are not sure when the device goes official, but that should happen soon, given the many leaks.
- Processor: Samsung Exynos 9609 (an underclocked Exynos 9610)
- Display: 6.3-inch 21:9 FHD+ (2520×1080)
- RAM: 4GB
- Storage: 128GB
- Software: Android 9 Pie (Android One)
- Rear Fingerprint Scanner
- 12MP main camera
- 3,500 mAh battery