The Motorola One Hyper received NBTC certification in Thailand last week, and now it has bagged FCC certification in the US, indicating an imminent arrival.
The One Hyper is listed on FCC with model number XT2027-1 and while the listing doesn't include its full specs, it does confirm that One Hyper will pack a 4,000 mAh battery - 400 mAh more than initially rumored.
Additionally, the listing includes a diagram which confirms the One Hyper will come with NFC. The smartphone will be 160mm tall and 71mm wide. It measures 170mm diagonally, which translates to 6.69 inches, but that also includes the bezels and the screen will be smaller than that - 6.39 inches earlier rumors are to be believed.
Other rumored specs of the Motorola One Hyper include a Snapdragon 675 SoC, 4GB RAM, and 128GB storage. It will sport a dual camera setup said to be a combination of 64MP main and 8MP depth sensor units, and a pop-up module housing a 32MP selfie camera.
Agree with the comments re Multiple Moto One phones, why cannot Lenovo concentrate on a decent Moto One phone, the Moto One Zoom is not really a Moto One, it is not an Android One device like the others - Lenovo please get your focus back and stop ad...
No 6 GB RAM variant !