The Motorola One showed up on GeekBench the other day, and it turns out it's been to other places too. The toned-down version of the yet-unofficial One Power has passed by Chinese regulator TENAA where its listing reveals a ton of specs that the benchmark database wouldn't.
The handset that so far goes by XT1941-2 has a 5.88-inch display with a 1520x720px resolution in a 19:9 aspect - the Power's 6.2-inch screen is FullHD+. GeekBench told us that the chipset is the Snapdragon 625, and TENAA lists a total of three options for RAM (3GB, 4GB, and 6GB) and three storage tiers (32GB, 64GB, and 128GB). In our book, that means 3GB/32GB, 4GB/64GB, and 6GB/128GB versions of the phone.
We're counting four cameras on the Motorola One, and so have the TENAA officials. They weren't kind enough to go into specifics, but there's a 13MP primary one on the back and an 8MP main selfie shooter.
The database entry does list battery capacity - 3,000mAh vs. the One Power's rumored 3,780mAh. The device measures 149.9x72.2x7.9mm and weighs 162g.
Being part of the Android One program, the Motorola One should be running the latest available version of the OS, but the unit that got to the Chinese authorities is still on Android 8.1 Oreo. It's not official yet, so Pie will probably make it time.
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Its just....this doesn't feel like Motorola. They had amazing devices back in the day and even now. But this...this isn't Moto.
Android One is overrated. Some Nokia 6.1s are not getting timely security updates, and there is no communications from Nokia. Nokia 3.1 is also 8.0, and not 8.1. It is not even one year yet. Companies can't keep their promises.