It’s been barely one month since Lenovo-owned Motorola unveiled the Motorola One Zoom, and a new retail chain report shows the firm is still very much keen on flooding the One mid-range series of smartphones with more devices. The Motorola One Macro could very much be the next to debut and has just surfaced in a retail listing suggesting its imminent arrival.
A retailer in Saudi Extra has inadvertently published a product page for the upcoming Motorola One Macro. It has since been pulled down, though not before the eagle eyes got hold of the listing.
The device when launched will be priced at SAR 899, which converts to about ~$240. The image/render seen on the product page lines up with previously leaked renders. And as seen below, the device gets a tall aspect ratio display with a waterdrop notch. And on the flip side, there appears to be a triple camera setup. There is a main 13Mp sensor, 2MP sensor, a 2MP Macro lens, laser-assisted autofocus, and of course an LED flash. A fingerprint scanner embedded logo can be seen on the backside ft he smartphone.
The listing doesn’t reveal the entire specs detail. However, it did reveals the device has a 6GB RAM, and 64GB of expandable storage space. It also confirms an 8MP front camera, a 4000mAh battery, and runs Android 9 Pie out of the box.
Motorola One Macro Launch date
The firm has yet to issue any launch date, that, however, a new report by 91mobiles reveals that the One Macro will go official as early as next week in India. Perhaps the device is meant to go on sale silently in other markets including Saudi-Arabia.