The Motorola One Dream is an upcoming Motorola-owned Android One app built by Lenovo. The phone is a very fascinating one because it’s powered by the processor. This time around, Motorola doesn’t go with the Snapdragon SoCs from Qualcomm or the Exynos chipset from MediaTek but Samsung. More information have surfaced about the phone including some new renders.
The Exynos 9610 originally reported to power the Motorola One Vision but a new report from Winfuture.de says the chipset is actually the Exynos 9609. This SoC is claimed to be an octa-core processor like the Exynos 9610 but with a lower clock speed-2.2GHz compared to the 2.3GHz 9610. There’s no official SoC documentation so we can’t give more details.
The Exynos 9609 is equipped with 4 GB of RAM and 128 GB of expandable storage for the phone’s European version.
There are new camera-related info too. The Motorola One Vision will be equipped with dual rear cameras consisting of a primary 48MP camera with an f/1.7 aperture and optical image stabilisation and a secondary 5 MP sensor. The phone will have a dedicated Night Vision mode to take better images in low-light environments according to the source. It will also have a special camera mode for movie-like recording alongside 4K recording at 30fps and 1080p recording at 60fps.
The Motorola One Vision will feature a punch hole like the Galaxy A8s, and a 25MP f/2.0 selfie camera within the hole. Winfuture says the phone does have a 6.3-inch LCD display with a resolution of 2520 x 1080 and an aspect ratio of 21:9. This is the same aspect ratio as the new Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus phones made by Sony. Nonetheless, you don’t end up with an unusually tall phone as the One Vision measures 160.1 x 71.2 x 8.7 millimeters.
The remaining specs include a 3500mAh fast charging battery with TurboPower. NFC, Bluetooth 5.0, and dual band Wi-Fi are available.
The Motorola One Vision is scheduled to be launched in Brazil on May 15, and will be available in Europe for purchase the next day. There is no details on the price yet, but early buyers in Europe have been confirmed to get a free pair of Motorola Verve Earbuds which normally sell for €130.
There are also a bunch of press renders for you to feast your eyes on. We particularly dig the blue variant and wish it had a starry finish on the back to match its wallpaper.