Last year, Motorola launched the P30 and P30 Note in China, which it later launched in global markets at the Motorola One and One Power, respectively. Rumors have been rampant about Motorola releasing new versions of the Motorola One and one leakster claims there are four “Motorola One” devices in total – two of which we have yet to see hit the market.
Motorola One— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 17, 2019
Motorola One Power
Motorola One Vision
Motorola One Action
Given than the One and One Power were released about a half a year ago, we’re going to focus on the other two models mentioned in the tweet. Let’s start with what we already know about the Motorola One Vision.
We’ve seen several rumors surrounding the Motorola One Vision over the past several weeks including renders of what the phone will supposedly look like. It’s similar to the Motorola One but it no longer screams “iPhone X copycat”.
The One Vision has a holepunch selfie camera in the display which eliminates the need for an iPhone-like notch. To also coincide with the “Vision” name, it’s rumored to feature a dual camera setup with at least one high-resolution 48MP camera.
Alleged render of Motorola One Vision
The One Vision is also going to come with a Samsung-made Exynos 9610 SoC paried with either 3GB or 4GB of RAM. This display is expected to be a 6.2-inch panel with 2520 x 1080 px resolution. Also rumored for the One Vision is a 3,500 mAh battery and that it would be sold as the “P40” in the Chinese market.
Now on to the One Action. This is one device we don’t know much about. However, we might be able to speculate on it thanks to two other leaked renders that could represent this unknown device. Earlier this month, two different leaks surfaced – one triple camera phone that was more realistic than a supposed four camera One.
Possible render of Motorola One Action
That brings us to what the “Action” part of the name could represent. Perhaps it means “Action” as a director would say when making a film – perhaps the phone has superior video capabilities with a triple (or maybe even quad, who knows?) camera setup.
We don’t really know much about the One Action and we don’t know when Motorola plans to launch the One Vision. Given the timing of the rumors, we’d say it could be in the next couple of months or so.