The Motorola One Vision announced in May has made its way to China as the Motorola P50. It will be offered in a single 6GB/128GB memory configuration and will cost CNY2,499 ($365/€320).
The P50 will be up for pre-order in China from July 15 with sales commencing from July 20. It will come in Blue and Bronze colors and will be sold through online retailers like JD.com, Suning.com, and Tmall.
The P50 shares the One Vision's hardware, but it's the software that differentiates them - the One Vision comes with near stock Android while the P50 runs ZUI.
You can read our detailed written review of the Motorola mid-ranger to know more about it.
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