Motorola Joins Android One Program with Mid-Powered One and One Power Smartphones

September 3, 2018, By Sanjeev Ramachandran

Motorola is having two new entries that are associated with the Android One program from Google. Called the One and the One Power, the two new devices have been specifically created for the emerging markets where Android One program has been making its run.

While the initial phase of Android One saw the OS being crafted for entry-level devices, it took a turn in the recent days with Android One being pitched to mid-rangers. The Moto One and One Power are devices that follow the recent trait of Android One, with both bearing modest specification at a mid-leve pricing.

The Motorola One features a Snapdragon 625 processor that comes with eight cores clocked at 2.0GHz. It has a 5.9-inch screen that comes with HD+ resolution. The camera setup on the rear side features two 13MP sensors, while that on the front has an 8MP shooter.

The One Power, like the name denotes, has more robust specifications as compared with the Motorola One. It has the Snapdragon 636 SoC that comes paired with a RAM of 3GB and 64GB storage. The display also gets bigger, with the One Power featuring 6.2-inch display with Full HD resolution. The camera setup remains the same although.

Both the devices features notched display, though sans advanced face recognition sensors. Motorola and Motorola One Power are also assured of immediate update to Android Oreo OS. The Motorola One comes with a price tag of €299 (US$350. The pricing of its bigger sibling hasn’t yet been revealed. The devices are likely to make way in the coming weeks to the markets of Europe, Latin America, and Asia Pacific.

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