Motorola has started sending press invites for an event to be held on August 2 at the company’s headquarters in Chicago, United States. Motorola also released a teaser video for the event stating that the product will unleash a whole new way of interacting with the smartphone. It’s been a year since Motorola launched a flagship smartphone, so everyone’s eye is currently on the Moto Z3 flagship handset. Alongside the Moto Z3, the Lenovo-owned company might unveil the rumoured Android One smartphones- Motorola One and the Motorola One Power.
There are not many details available about the Moto Z3 flagship smartphone, but we do have some details regarding the two Android One smartphones. In the past, we have seen rumours about the Moto One and Moto One Power smartphones, which are said to be the company’s Android One smartphones, after the Moto X4. However, a new report from Android Headlines suggests that the company is rebranding the names as Motorola One and Motorola One Power, in-line with its other smartphones released in 2018.
Both the smartphones will sport a notched display- a first from Motorola. The Motorola One Power is reported to come with Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 SoC and a 6.1-inch screen on the front. A new render revealed by Android Headlines suggest that the Motorola One and One Power smartphones will be separated in terms of display. Also, there might be some changes under the hood such as the battery size. Both the smartphones are expected to be powered by the same Snapdragon 636 SoC. Other than that, the Motorola One Power will come in a 4GB RAM variant, but there might other variants too.
Coming to the Moto Z3 flagship smartphone, it’s said to come with Snapdragon 845 SoC and up to 6GB of RAM. It will be a modular smartphone with swappable Moto Mods on the rear side. More details regarding the smartphones are expected to appear on the web in the coming days.
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