Motorola One Power Running Android 9 Pie Spotted in a New Video, Rollout Seems to Be Imminent

Motorola One Power has become a phone which is being well received by the Indian market thanks to its massive battery and Moto’s stock Android experience combined with its decent performance. Recently, a Motorola One Power running Android 9 Pie update was spotted online which has led us to believe that this Moto phone might soon be getting the Android 9 Pie update stable build. It seems like the Android 9 Pie Beta update was released to the Motorola One Power, but it was pulled back. Techdroider, a portal known for all the information related to Motorola smartphones has managed to install the Android 9 Pie firmware on the One Power. Read ahead to know more about the features of the new Android 9 Pie and how it will be changing the experience of this Moto phone.

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Motorola One Power Android 9 Pie Features

When we dive deep into the Android 9 Pie for Motorola One Power, then we get to see some significant changes and improvements as compared to the Android 8.1 Oreo. There is a new notification slider panel, the UI has been revamped, and it now offers a much smoother experience which complies more with the Material design 2018. Also, the firmware fashions a blue-green colour theme which is quite different from the firmware that we get to see on other Nokia devices with the latest Android version. The camera application and the Moto application also remains the same as in previous Android 8.1 Oreo devices. Being an Android One phone, the company is not expected to do much tweaking when it comes to the UI. This new version of Android, not only bring brand new features to the phone but also offers much-improved performance with no lags whatsoever. The battery life has also undergone a slight improvement.

Some of the most noteworthy features of the latest Android 9 Pie on the Motorola One Power include light or dark theme selection, adaptive brightness and battery settings, and new navigation gestures. Also, the update which was spotted online comes with the Security Fix of October 2018. There are also some features which the Beta version of Android 9 Pie misses out on; these include Dual VoLTE, hide notch option and EIS. However, Motorola has announced that it would ship the Dual VoLTE feature in its stable release of the Android 9 Pie for Motorola One Power.

Motorola One Power Specifications

The Motorola One Power features a 6.2-inch screen with a Full HD+ display and a 19:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, the phone packs an octa-core Snapdragon 636 SoC and is combined with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage, which is expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card. For camera and imaging, the One Power sports a dual rear camera setup comprising of a 16MP primary sensor and a secondary sensor of 5MP. There is also a front selfie snapper of 12MP. Like we mentioned above, the phone offers Android One support meaning that it will receive the upcoming Android P and Android Q. The highlight of the device is the massive 5000mAh battery which will be able to deliver two days worth of power in a single charge as per Motorola’s claims.

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4 Comments on "Motorola One Power Running Android 9 Pie Spotted in a New Video, Rollout Seems to Be Imminent"

 

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AU(Airtel User)
November 12, 2018 7:39 pm 7:39 PM

Good. Did any cheap chinese got pie update officially?

Sandeep Bansal, Manipal
November 12, 2018 9:39 pm 9:39 PM
Vikas
November 12, 2018 11:05 am 11:05 AM

How is the overall value of Moto Power One..? i mean… max pro m1 & Power One , both of these phones are having 5000mAh battery. Same Chipset. But Software wise , they are little different. Stock vs. Android One. Camera wise both are average. but which is better in followings:-?
1. Better Battery Life:??
2. Camera Performance::?
3. Pubg GamePlay::??
4. weight ::? (does it feel same as Max Pro m1, though 20g more)

aRvInD
November 12, 2018 6:37 pm 6:37 PM

It cant be answered better than in this pic!

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