Motorola One Vision gets Wi-Fi certification

From the past few days, Motorola One Vision leaks are in news. It has been confirmed at Geekbench that the name of the phone will be a global version of the Motorola P40. There will be three model numbers of the handset, while one of them appearing on the Wi-Fi Alliance website, which suggests that launch is close.

The Handset along with Exynos 9610 chipset will be having Android Pie according to WFA listing. It will be going to have all five key Wi-Fi certificates a/b/g/n/ac, with Wi-Fi 6 nowhere to be seen. It is expected that Motorola handset will have 21:9 display with an in-screen selfie camera and dual setup on the back.

The specs confirmed in rumors include 48 MP shooter, “Long Exposure” & “Video 3D HDR” Camera features, a 3.500 mAh battery, Blue and Gold colors. It is expected that it is going to hit Latin America and India as One vision, though the handset will be having P40 moniker in its home market.

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