Motorola One Zoom leaked: it's a premium-ish phone exclusive to Amazon

Motorola One Zoom


Motorola One Zoom


Motorola One Zoom

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The confusion may lie with the fact that the Motorola One Zoom seems exclusive to Amazon, like the Moto G7 was, thanks to its integration with Amazon's Alexa.

As per Amazon leak (via tipster Roland Quandt), the Motorola One Zoom will cost €400 (approximately approximately Rs 24,000). Last week, renders and specs of the phone were leaked online. And, since there is no visible fingerprint scanner, the device could come with an in-display fingerprint sensor or facial recognition.

The image renders reveal purple and black colour options.

The reason we say the phone is premium, at least by Motorola standards, is that according to the leak (and images alongside the leak) the One Zoom is set to have a whopping four rear cameras. For this price, you get a smartphone with a quad-camera setup at the back. The display of this device has waterdrop style notch on the top, narrow bezels on the sides, and a small chin at the bottom. Despite its name, though, this phone might not be in the Android One program. The logo appears to light up giving a nice look to the device. It is said to be pre-installed with Amazon Alexa.

The Motorola One Zoom is expected to come with Snapdragon 675 SoC, coupled with 4GB RAM. Motorola One Zoom has a glossy back panel, which hints at a glass back design. However, this also suggests that the device won't receive speedy updates that are offered to Android One devices. Furthermore, the camera features OIS (Optical Image Stabilisation) alongside a telephoto lens. Theres a microSD slot to boot. Previous reports have tipped that the quad camera setup will arrive with a wide-angle sensor, a telephoto lens with 5x hybrid zoom, and a depth sensor for portrait photos.

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

The handset will not be an Android One device, instead it will come with Android 9.0 Pie, when it launches it will retail for 399 Euros.

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