New CAD renders allegedly show Motorola’s first smartphone with triple rear cameras

New CAD renders allegedly show Motorola’s first smartphone with triple rear cameras

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Lenovo-owned Motorola has been pegging its hope on mid-range devices to bounce back from troubling times. Once a brand to reckon with, Motorola is no longer counted among the leading smartphone brands, especially in the world’s biggest markets such as China and India. Despite that, it has been aggressive in its approach and recently launched the Moto G7 series in Brazil. A few weeks later, Moto G7 Power arrived in India followed by Motorola One and Moto G7. While the other devices in the Moto G7 series are yet to be announced in markets other than Brazil, the company has reportedly been prepping up for its next Android device – the Motorola One Vision. There’s another Android One device in the making and this one could be Motorola’s first smartphone with triple cameras on the rear.

Based on 3D CAD renders shared by reputed leaker OnLeaks, the company is working on the successor to Motorola One Power (Chinese variant without stock Android is known as Motorola P30 Note). Besides a triple rear camera setup, this alleged smartphone will be the second smartphone from the company with a hole punch display, after the supposed Motorola P40 or Motorola One Vision. However, that also depends on which of the two smartphones launches first.

As per Pricebaba, which collaborated with OnLeaks for this information, the device will measure 160.1 x 71.2 x 9.1mm while the camera bump will add 0.6mm to the thickness. The primary sensor on the back will have a 12MP resolution, just like the Motorola One Vision. Whether Motorola will market this as a 48MP sensor too and make use of QCFA (Quad Color Filter Array) for better detailing and higher exposure in images or not is something yet to be confirmed. Furthermore, the device is expected to boast of the same 6.2-inch display as the One Vision.

We’re yet to learn whether Motorola will use a Samsung’s Exynos chipset, as tipped for the One Vision, or instead go for a Qualcomm Snapdragon. Meanwhile, the uncanny similarities in terms of the design substantiate the likeliness of this triple camera smartphone to be related to the Motorola One Vision in some way or the other.

Will the smartphone be named “Motorola One Vision Plus” for the extra camera or the “One Vision Power” for its relation with last year’s One Power? We dare not say anything with certainty before we have concrete details – as in the case of the One Vision – but we certainly wish this is the case.