A Geekbench listing for the Motorola One Vision Plus confirms its existence.
Motorola is yet to announce the successor to last year’s Motorola One Vision, but a recent listing for Motorola One Vision Plus was spotted on Geekbench, revealing a few key details on the yet-to-be-announced device.
Additionally, there was a listing for Motorola One Vision Plus sighted on the Android Enterprise Recommended page, which was the first hint of its existence.
The Geekbench listing reveals that the Motorola One Vision Plus will be utilizing “Trinket,” which is the codename for the mid-range Snapdragon 665 chipset from Qualcomm right on the motherboard field. It also shows the base frequency of 1.80GHz.
The listing also shows that the phone operates under the Android 9 Pie OS and that the SoC is paired with 4GB of RAM. This coincides with the Android Enterprise listing of the One Vision Plus, citing Android 9 Pie and the 4GB RAM capacity. The single-core test scores the Motorola One Vision Plus a 310, and the multi-core score is at 1351.
The Android Enterprise Recommended page spotting
Along with the Android version and the RAM capacity, the Android Enterprise directory listing further revealed that the One Vision Plus has a 6.3-inch display along with an internal storage of 64 GB.
Support for NFC and the presence of a fingerprint reader was also revealed through the listing. The Plus version looks very similar to the existing One Vision, but with a few internal upgrades.
The possibility of the new device retaining the 21:9 aspect ratio and the 1080×2520 pixel density of last year’s One Vision is also not far behind.
Will Motorola announce the One Vision Plus soon?
Last year’s Motorola One Vision makes use of the Exynos 9609 and runs on 4GB of RAM, along with 128 GB of UFS 2.1 storage capability. The One Vision sports a 48-megapixel primary shooter and a secondary 5-megapixel camera setup on its back, and features a 25-megapixel selfie shooter at the front.
Meanwhile, its 6.3-inch IPS LCD punch-hole display supports full HD+ resolution and a 21:9 aspect ratio. The device runs on a 3500mAh battery supporting a 15W fast charge system.
At the rate these specs are being leaked before the reveal, it would not be surprising if Motorola lets the cat out of the bag soon and officially announce the successor to the One Vision.
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