It’s about a half a year since the launch of the first Android One phones under the Motorola Moto One series, which could only mean one thing – that the second-generation Moto One devices are already in the works.
Rumors of the 2019 Moto One phones have been floating around for some time, but we now have what seems like more concrete confirmation that for sure, the Lenovo-owned company is working on the successors to the Moto One and One Power.
Evan Blass has tweeted about four Motorola devices that are reportedly being lined up to succeed the 2018 duo. Blass talks of the Moto One, Moto One Power, Moto One Vision and Moto One Action, but he doesn’t give out any timeline with respect to the launch.
It has been claimed the Moto One Vision will get a hole-punch display design and a dual-lens main shooter with a 48MP main sensor. A 6.2-inch screen with 1080p resolution has also been talked up and so are the processor (Exynos 9610), RAM (3/4GB), and battery capacity (3500mAh), but none of these are guaranteed to make it to the final retail product.
The Moto One and One Power came about in October 2018, which means we still have a long way to go before we see the second-generation Moto One devices, at least if Motorola maintains this timeline.