At the moment, we cannot confirm but the chances are high of it being the rebranded Motorola One Vision. It has a larger 128GB capacity and bigger 3,500mAh battery to boot.
There's a noticeable camera bump on the rear, but despite sporting two sensors, it's not technically a dual-camera setup - but we'll go into more detail about that below. If there isn't enough light, the 1.8µm Quad Pixel technology will work its magic. The mid-range smartphone that runs on stock Android as it is part of the Android One program. Android One based on 9 Pie serves as the software solution, and a USB-C port enables the company's TuboPower charging. The secondary sensor is used to detect depth in images, and is used in conjunction with the phone's Portrait mode with impressively accurate results - in well-lit environments, anyway. It claims to deliver up to 7 hours of power with a 15-minute charge. However, it doesn't use it all the time. You'll enjoy incredibly sharp 12 MP photos with improved brightness and reduced image noise.More news: Rolling Stones announce new date for Pa. show
Motorola is also adding a few artificially intelligent smarts into the camera too, but it's largely playing catch-up to the rest of the industry.
However, Moto argues that there's place under the sun for an even more stretched display, its argument being that many blockbuster movies and even some TV shows are shot precisely in that 21:9 format. However, that is not stopping them from launching new smartphones. Night photos are not always given attention but Motorola sees to it the Night Vision mode is ready.More news: Missouri, Latest US State To Restrict Abortion
We've seen Motorola invest more significantly in artificial intelligence over the past two years, so it isn't a surprise to see the company talk up new smart features for that rear camera. The phone will launch in Europe in mid-May for €299; in the United Kingdom, it will be up for pre-order on May 16 and go on sale May 30 for £269 (roughly AU$499).
Motorola One Vision will be launched in select countries of Asia, Latin America, Middle East and Australia in the coming months. Rs 23,500) and from May 16 in Saudi Arabia & Thailand. It will go on sale in Saudi Arabia and Thailand starting May 16 and in the United Kingdom at the end of the month. Prices will vary by country.More news: Helicopter goes down in Hudson River; pilot OK