Motorola is reportedly working on a new smartphone in its Motorola One lineup. Last month, the specifications of three new Motorola smartphones had surfaced online, courtesy of XDA Developers. Now, one of them called the Motorola One Mid has been spotted on Geekbench benchmarking website. The device will debut as the brand’s Android One offering with stock Android One interface. The Geekbench listing confirms the Motorola One Mid’s existence and also indicates its imminent arrival.
The Geekbench listing reveals a few specifications of the upcoming Motorola One Mid. It will be powered by an unnamed octa-core Qualcomm chipset clocked at 1.8GHz. The smartphone manages to score 2,534 and 6,961 points in single-core and multi-core tests respectively. The processor is paired with 6GB RAM and the device runs on the latest Android 10 OS out of the box. The Motorola One Mid could arrive in more RAM and storage variants.
According to a past report, the Motorola One Mid is expected to feature an FHD+ display measuring 6.53-inches. The smartphone will reportedly sport a pop-up camera module just like the Motorola One Hyper. It is speculated that the device could be powered by a Snapdragon 675 SoC. The Motorola One Mid is expected to be backed by a 4,000mAh battery unit with support for fast charging. At the moment this is everything we know about the brand’s upcoming Android One smartphone. We expect more details to surface in the coming weeks.
In other news, last week we shared exclusive 5K renders and 360-degree video of Motorola’s upcoming flagship, the Motorola Edge+. The brand is set to enter the flagship segment after two years since the Moto Z3 in 2018. The renders of Motorola Edge+ reveal a boxy design with a curved ‘waterfall’ display and a tiny punch-hole camera cutout. The back panel is made out of glass and houses a triple camera setup along with the brand’s logo in the centre. Rest of the specifications of the Motorola Edge+ include Snapdragon 865 chipset, 12GB RAM, 90Hz FHD+ display and 5,000mAh battery unit.
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