Motorola Android One phone specs: dual 12MP rear, 16MP front cam

Following Xiaomi’s step, Motorola is working on an Android One version for the Moto X4. Many people expect it would be similar to the original X4 with 12MP dual rear cameras and 16MP front-facing snapper. Read our article to learn more about the Motorola Android One specs.

Motorola Android One specs

Motorola Android One specs: dual 12MP main cameras, 16MP selfie shooter

There’s a leak photo on the Internet display the Android One version of the Moto X4. The image shows the identical Moto X4 but with the brand “Android One” at the bottom end at the back. However, there’s no confirmation on this picture being true or false. That’s why, at the time being, we should be patient and wait for the official statement from Lenovo.

Moreover, apart from being a product in the Android One project, this new Motorola Android One specs are likely to be the same as the original Moto X4. This means, the smartphone will come with a 5.2-inch full-HD display (1080 x 1920 pixels). Furthermore, the soon to be launched device gets power from the Snapdragon 630. Additionally, the Motorola Android One specs will include a 3GB RAM. In case you don’t remember, this is a product from the Android One program, so it will run on the stock Android.

Motorola Android One specs

In term of photography, the Moto X4 camera contains a dual camera setup at the back. There’s one 12MP dual autofocus sensor with f/2.0 aperture. Moreover, there’s another 8MP ultra-wide angle sensor (120-degree field of view) with f/2.2 aperture. For the front-facing camera, the smartphone features, it sports a 16 MP snapper and a LED flash support.

Motorola Android One price and availability

At this time, we can’t say anything about the Motorola Android One price. However, look back at other Android One smartphones, the price seems to be lower than $400 (about Rs. 25,556). About the Motorola Android One release date, unfortunately, we still have no idea. Therefore, stay tuned and keep checking our website for more updates.