Motorola One Zoom quad rear camera setup leaked in new image renders

Joanna Estrada
August 14, 2019

The latest leak also reveals the processor and price of the upcoming smartphone. New information suggests this device will actually be known as the Motorola One Zoom.

It looks like Motorola is getting ready to launch a new smartphone, the Motorola One Zoom, the handset was recently leaked by Amazon and spotted by Roland Quandt. This comes after a slew of specifications of the device that were leaked previously.

The image renders reveal purple and black colour options.

The highlighting feature of the Moto One Zoom is clearly its camera. The rear panel appears to be glossy and reflective. It has a quad rear camera setup with the main sensor having a resolution of 48MP.

But don't be deceived by the name, the Motorola One Zoom is not an Android One Phone like the other Motorola phones with "One" in their names.

We still don't know exactly what all the cameras will be for, but a device in this price range with four cameras is interesting. It is said to be pre-installed with Amazon Alexa. However, it turns out the Motorola One Zoom is another phone in the growing "premium mid-range" segment.

It is confirmed that the Motorola One Zoom will be powered by the Snapdragon 675 just like the Redmi Note 7 Pro. This is a notable shift as the previous One series devices belong to the Android One program. Theres a microSD slot to boot.

Based on the label on the back, the telephoto lens will be 81mm, while the ultrawide angle lens will be 13mm (the fourth camera is likely a depth sensor). Other leaks suggest that the device will feature a 6.2-inch FHD+ Super AMOLED display with a 21:9 aspect ratio and a waterdrop-style notch.

Motorola One Zoom will have 48MP quad cameras with dual OIS, which will be aligned in a 2×2 square format along with Motorola's batwing logo below the camera sensors.

Given that the Motorola One Zoom is highly speculated, there is no official confirmation about the same.

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