The key technical specifications of the Motorola One Zoom have leaked ahead of its official unveiling. It was earlier expected that the brand will be launching the upcoming product with the name Motorola One Pro, but as per the recent updates, the smartphone will be launched as Motorola One Zoom. The mobile phone is expected to be introduced after the IFA 2019, which is a popular consumer electronics show.
According to the report released by WinFuture, out of all the key highlights about the much-awaited smartphone, the most interesting one is that it will be loaded with a 48-megapixel camera and in totality, the phone will come packed with a quad-camera setup. After the processing, the final output image will be of 12-megapixel resolution.
The Motorola One Zoom will be equipped with a wide-angle sensor and also with a telephoto lens that will be capable to offer a 5x hybrid zoom. The report also claimed that the smartphone will also support a depth sensor for better portrait photography.
As per the leaked image of the smartphone, it features a water drop-style notch upfront and the display has minimal bezels on all sides. The unusual quad-camera setup of the Motorola One Zoom has been placed at the top centre of the square-shape back panel. The stylish logo of the company has been perfectly placed below the camera setup.
Coming to the rest of the specifications, the upcoming smartphone features a 6.2-inch full-HD+ Super AMOLED display that has an aspect ratio of 21:9. The smartphone will support a 3.5mm audio jack and is expected to be offered with a USB Type-C port, while the Motorola One Zoom is being said to offer a much longer battery life in comparison to rest of smartphones in the company’s portfolio.
The product is expected to be unveiled at a price tag of EUR 429 (INR 34,000 approx) at the IFA 2019 next month. The company’s One Action smartphone is also in the making and is a point of interest for many. It is being said that along with the One Zoom and One Action smartphones, the brand is also planning to unveil a couple of affordable smartphones at the IFA 2019.