Motorola's One Vision came out back in May but it's yet to make it to China. The handset was mainly aimed at the international markets with its stock Android, but its P50 twin will soon be hitting Chinese stores.
Motorola hinted about a Chinese version back in May and today's information is as official as it gets. Lenovo's VP, Chang Cheng, shared a short promo video on Weibo showcasing the P50 and its key specs.
It's clear that both phones, One Vision and P50, share the same design and hardware - 21:9 screen with a punch-hole camera design (with the hole housing a 25MP selfie shooter), 48MP main camera on the back aided by OIS, 3,500 mAh battery and Samsung's Exynos 9609 chipset running the show.
As per the promo video, the device is set to launch on 15 July in the country. And we expect the price to be even more competitive than it is on the international market, while the UI will certainly be different as stock Android is basically useless in China.