Lenovo owned smartphone firm Motorola is ready to release its upcoming One series smartphones at IFA 2019 later this week. And it appears some important details about the Motorola One Zoom has been leaked through Geekbench listing. The smartphone which is set to be priced as a mid-ranged will apparently come with Qualcomm’s 11nm Snapdragon 675 octa-core processor. It is going to be equipped with 4GB RAM which makes it similar to the other two One series phones.
As for the software bit, the Motorola One Zoom will run Android 9 Pie out of the box. It would not be an Android One smartphone like the Motorola One Vision and One Action. However, it’ll include Amazon’s in-built Alexa and several other Amazon apps like Amazon Alexa, Amazon Music, and others. Previously leaked images show off the smartphone in 3 color choices. On the front, the Moto One Zoom will include a waterdrop style notch that will house the front camera. Although, a thick chin is evident on the back side
On the back, there’s a quad-camera setup which features a 48-megapixel primary camera. The other three are a wide-angle camera, a telephoto lens with 5x hybrid zoom and a depth sensor for portrait mode. The Moto One Zoom is also prone to feature a night mode for capturing low-light images. There are yet no details on the selfie camera resolution.
In terms of pricing, the Motorola One Zoom could be available for around EUR 400, which is around. There isn’t any word on if the smartphone will make it to other markets. But if it does, it will come with a heavy price tag.