This week, more clues about the first Motorola handset with a pop-up camera have begun emerging online. Each of these hints, however, did not point to anything, other than the swirling fact that the phone would come with a drool-worthy, mechanized selfie camera. That has changed now as a Latin American Motorola fansite has started to roll out what appears to be the phone's specs sheet.
The unnamed Motorola device, dubbed as the first all-screen smartphone from the Lenovo-owned brand, is shown to feature a 6.39-inch IPS LCD display with a resolution of 2,340 x 1,080 pixels. With IPS LCD technology in tow, the phone will not have an in-screen fingerprint sensor, alongside an "Always On Display" feature. Meanwhile, the phone is also revealed to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 675 chipset, accompanied by 4GB of RAM and an expandable 128GB of internal storage.
In the camera department, the Motorola smartphone is revealed to sport a triple-camera setup on its rear. Its system consists of a large 64MP main camera module, an unidentified 8MP camera, and a depth sensor.
The mysterious Motorola phone will also come with a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor with a familiar batwing-like LED sensor in it and a hybrid Dual-SIM tray. The phone is also expected to feature NFC, a dedicated FM radio, a 3.5mm headphone jack, and Bluetooth 5.0. The handset is also revealed to ship off with near-stock Android 10 software at the time of its launch. The smartphone and will also be working on a 3,600mAh battery capacity.
Pricing and Availability
Like its official name, the availability of the Motorola device is virtually up in the air at the time of this writing. But if the latest leak is anything to go by, then we might be looking at an official announcement any time soon, with weeks at the latest.
In terms of pricing, the Motorola phone in question could be released with a slightly lower price than some of the Motorola One iterations. Note that if its specs sheet is to be believed, which staves off some key features such as an in-display fingerprint sensor and a bigger battery, we might have a ballpoint of USD 300 to 500 down the line (around PHP 15,600 to PHP 25,900).
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