The alleged press renders of an upcoming Motorola Android One smartphone with a quad camera setup had surfaced back in June. Now a German publication WinFuture.de has released some new renders of the phone. It claims the smartphone will be called the Motorola One Zoom and not One Pro.
The latest renders of the Motorola One Zoom reveals a 48MP primary sensor with a large 1.6µm pixels size, thanks to a Quad-Bayer pixel structure. The upcoming Motorola Android One phone will have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) as well. Apart from the 48MP main camera, it will include a zoom lens, an ultra-wide camera and a depth sensor. The publication speculates that the smartphone’s zoom lens may be capable of providing up to 5X magnification.
The rear of the device seems to be made out of glass. It has a 3.5mm headphone jack and a USB Type-C port. There is an unusual detail in Motorola integrating a loudspeaker at the upper edge of the One Pro or One Zoom in its metal frame, while only the two mentioned ports are located at the lower end.
As for other specs, the Motorola One Zoom is expected to feature a 6.2 inch AMOLED panel with a FHD+ resolution and equipped with an in-screen fingerprint sensor. However, unlike the Motorola One Vision and the upcoming One Action, the One Zoom’s display will not be offering an extra-tall 21:9 aspect ratio and will go for a more common 19:5:9 aspect ratio.
The Motorola One Zoom will reportedly be unveiled at the IFA tradeshow in Berlin next month. Along with the One-Zoom the Lenovo-owned manufacturer may introduce the One Action and One Macro smartphones at the event. The One Zoom will be priced higher than the other Android One smartphones launched by Motorola, thanks to its impressive hardware. The expected priced of the handset in Europe is €429 (Rs 34,000 approx).