The Motorola One Zoom is an upcoming smartphone with quad rear cameras. Last week, renders and specs of the phone were leaked online. More details have surfaced today and while some confirm what we already know, some are actually new info.
The source of the new leak is Roland Quandt (@rquandt) and he took to Twitter to share the details. First, he reiterates that the phone is called the Motorola One Zoom and not the Motorola One Pro.
But don’t be deceived by the name, the Motorola One Zoom is not an Android One Phone like the other Motorola phones with “One” in their names. Roland Quandt said the phone will come with a special Amazon Alexa integration (shown in action below).
The phone will have four cameras on the back arranged in a matrix. Below the sensors sits the familiar Motorola Batwing logo which actually lights up. We actually think that is a nice touch to add to the device.
The 48MP quad-camera setup is reported to have dual optical image stabilization. This means one of the other three cameras alongside the 48MP 1.6µm primary sensor has OIS.
It is confirmed that the Motorola One Zoom will be powered by the Snapdragon 675 just like the Redmi Note 7 Pro. It will have 4GB of RAM and 128GB UFS storage with a MicroSD card slot for expansion. There may be other variants too but the above configuration will have a price tag of €399 (~$445).
The source has also provided renders of the phone including one with a purple/violet finish. One of the photos shows the phone has a speaker grille at the top while the opposite side is home to the SIM tray.
The renders also show the Motorola One Zoom will come pre-loaded with Amazon apps including Amazon Music, Amazon Photos, and Audible.
Motorola is expected to announce the One Zoom at IFA 2019.