Moto One Power Android Go Edition Smartphone Appears in Leaked Renders

Chinese smartphone manufacturer Motorola seems to be all set to launch a new Android Go edition based smartphone soon. Dubbed as Moto One Power, it is going to become the first device from the company to run on Android Oreo (Go edition). While the specifications and a few design elements of the device were leaked earlier courtesy of a leaked render, a couple of more hands-on images of the device have now appeared online to reveal more details about the smartphone.

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Guys at TechInfoBit have posted the hands-on images of the alleged Moto One Power on their site. These images indicate the same features that were earlier revealed by another leaked render. The device features a display notch along with some more exciting features.

The Moto One Power is set to become the first from the company to embrace the display notch feature. While other smartphone makers have already implemented this feature on their devices, Motorola still has not gone ahead with it.

Image Courtesy: TechInfoBit

The leaked hands-on images clearly show the notch on the top of the front display panel. The notch is seen to house the front facing camera along with the earpiece and the proximity sensor. Apart from the notch, the other images show a dual rear camera module with the cameras arranged vertically. A fingerprint sensor can also be seen clearly on the rear panel along with the Motorola branding.

Apart from these features, the USB Type-C port can also be seen clearly with dual speakers at the bottom. While there is no 3.5mm headphone jack at the bottom edge of the device, the same could have been housed at the top edge. The volume rocker key and the power key are placed on the right side of the smartphone while the SIM card slots are on the left side.

However, there could be more design changes and the features leaked now may not turn out to be true when the smartphone is launched. This is because Motorola is yet to shed any information about the Moto One Power. We are expecting an official word in the coming days.

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