Last year, the Motorola One and One Power were released as the P30 Play and P30 Note in China and it seems Motorola is keeping up with its naming strategy this year. The just-announced Motorola One Vision is confirmed to make its way to Chinese soil as the Motorola P50 thanks to an official post via Motorola China’s Weibo account.
You may be wondering why P50 instead of P40 and that has to do with Chinese people's aversion of the number 4.
From the poster, we can see the P50 is identical to the One Vision with the tall punch hole display and bronze color finish. The release date is scheduled for June and we can expect pricing in the CNY 2,300 / $335 range just like the global version. For more details on Motorola’s latest mid-ranger head over to our full written review.
Bigger than the sun? If you cant even tell a good joke, stop even trying. So annoying. If you call that hole bigger than the sun, then the iPhone's NOTCH must be the whole Milky Way.