The first thing we've heard about Motorola's upcoming smartphone called Motorola One Power came in the form of a leaked photo last month. Ever since, we've seen tiny bits of info surfacing, but the latest certification from TENAA suggests there isn't a lot of time left until we get to see the phone go official.
The handset was recently approved by the Chinese 3C authority but the TENAA listing hints at imminent launch. We could be looking at an August release.
Anyway, the report doesn't say anything we didn't know already - the model number is XT1942-1 and supports all the usual network bands. We will probably have to wait a little bit before they upload the official renders on the listing.
But thanks to previous leaks we know the phone features a 6.2-inch FHD+ notched display, Snapdragon 636 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage. The back houses a double camera setup (12MP + 5MP) while the selfie cam is 8MP. A 3,780 mAh battery powers the Motorola One Power.
I need a bigger screen and longer battery life; a midranger and it should be Motorola. This is it! Hope it will reach in the Pearl of the Orient Seas--Philippines!
This is an Android One product. The update cycle will be dictated by Google not Motorola.
those cheap china brands like your M are full of bugs even opening the camera. so lol. did those cheapness undergo testing? i think those are release in the market right after flashing their buggy software. so cheap and so disgusting! lol