Earlier this week we told you that Motorola is all set to launch its first smartphone with a display notch. While earlier we only had the renders of the upcoming Motorola One Power with an iPhone X style notch. Now we have some leaked live images which show off the complete product.
According to the leaked image by SlashLeaks, Motorola One Power will have a wide notch just like we have seen with the iPhone X and the recently launched Xiaomi Mi 8. These phones have a wider notch as compared to other Android smartphones because of the 3D Facial Recognition system.
Both the iPhone X and Xiomi Mi 8 comes with a 3D facial recognition system which requires additional infrared sensors. We can expect Motorola Power-One to come with a 3D facial recognition system, but we doubt that as looking at the leaked images we can see no sensors and this might be just another notch style.
Unlike iPhone X and some other Android smartphones, bezels on the Moto One power are also not very thin. There is good bottom chin to place the Motorola Branding and thin bezels all around, even at the top. The one branding in the name also suggests it to be an Android One smartphone.
Last year, with the Xiomi Mi A1, Google gave a new birth to the Android One initiative and since then we have seen Nokia move completely to the Android One programme and some other devices too. Power here might denote a massive battery capacity which is one of biggest concern of the users these days due to the fact that smartphones are getting thinner and thinner.
Some reports suggest it to be a renamed Moto X5 smartphone. As we know that Moto is going to launch the Moto Z3 Play in early June and Moto X4 was launched in September 2017, We can see Motorola launching the Motorola One Power around the same time. Stay tuned to Sid Tech for latest tech news, deals, reviews and much more.
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