Motorola One Vision Stops by FCC With a 3500mAh Battery and 18W Fast Charging Support

On: March 22, 2019

Motorola’s upcoming Android One smartphone with an Exynos 9610 chipset under the hood was recently caught on the Geekbench benchmark database. Shortly after its appearance on Geekbench, the Motorola One Vision bagged certification from the Wi-Fi Alliance. It has now popped up at the US FCC, hinting at an imminent launch.

Motorola One Vision FCC Filings Confirm 3500mAh Battery

A report published by XDA-developers had revealed a few key specifications of the upcoming Android One smartphone. The report had claimed the smartphone will pack a 3500mAh capacity battery. Thanks to the FCC filings, the Motorola One Vision’s battery capacity has now been confirmed. Additionally, the FCC filings reveal the smartphone will support up to 18W fast charging.

Moving on to connectivity, the smartphone is listed to support Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac dual-band, Bluetooth 5.0 Low Energy, NFC, GLONASS, and an FM receiver. The XT1970-1 and XT1970-2 variants certified by the FCC will also support a wide range of LTE bands. In terms of size, the FCC filings tell us the Motorola One Vision is 160mm tall and 72mm wide with an overall diagonal of 169mm. While the display diagonal has not been listed, the dimensions hint at a display size of somewhere around 6.2-inches.

The Motorola One Vision is expected to feature a Full HD+ display with a punch-hole for the selfie camera. However, the exact resolution of the display has not been confirmed yet. There is a possibility of it featuring an ultra-tall 21:9 aspect ratio, similar to the Sony Xperia 1, Xperia 10, and Xperia 10 Plus smartphones. For optics, the smartphone will have a dual-camera setup at the rear with a 48MP resolution primary sensor. As confirmed by the Wi-Fi certification earlier this week, the Motorola One Vision will be launched with the Android 9.0 Pie operating system out of the box. Since it is going to be a part of the Android One program, the smartphone will receive two major OS upgrades and monthly security updates for up to three years.


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