Motorola One Pro render surfaces, parades Quad-camera setup

Motorola One Action renders also suggest a punch-hole display that we saw on the One Vision

Motorola One Action renders also suggest a punch-hole display that we saw on the One Vision

In the next couple of weeks, Motorola will be launching the Motorola One Vision smartphone in the Indian market. Rumors from various sources are now claiming that Motorola has made a decision to call it Motorola One Pro and that's official, meaning that the manufacturer will also launch the device with the same name. The brand refreshed the lineup with the Motorola One vision last month, and from all that is floating around the world wide web, there seem to be two more device in the making - the Motorola One Action and Motorola One Pro. While Motorola has yet to confirm the existence of the device, a new leak from China gives us the very first look at the Motorola One Pro. Despite this extra sensor, the One Action will sell for a lower price because of its plastic body and 12MP primary camera; the One Vision uses more premium materials like glass and carries a 48MP primary snapper. The phone also reportedly features a bottom-mounted headphone jack, a small raindrop-style display notch, and slim bezels. No, the Moto logo will be emblazoned on the huge camera module. As seen on the Motorola One Vision, the loudspeaker might have been moved to the top edge.

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The phone should launch as the Motorola One Pro, though it was originally meant to be part of the Moto Z4 line-up. We don't know what the phone will have on the inside yet. While there is no confirmation, we expect the company to launch the Motorola One Action and One Pro smartphones at the same time.

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