Motorola is having an announcement at IFA this week and we expect to see the One Zoom with four cameras and a huge rectangular setup on the back. The phone already appeared in multiple leaks across Europe, but now we know a bit more its performance, thanks to its arrival on Geekbench.
The device named “motorola motorola one zoom” reached scores of 2,381 for a single core and 6,551 for multiple cores – that is pretty much the same as any other Snapdragon 675 smartphone, like the Samsung Galaxy A70 or the Redmi Note 7 Pro.
The listing also reveals the unit was equipped with 4 GB RAM and runs on Android Pie, so we should not expect Moto to be among the first companies to adopt the latest Android 10, at least not with its out-of-the-box products.
The upcoming phone also has rumored specs like 6.4” AMOLED display with a built-in fingerprint scanner, 25 MP selfie camera in the cutout on top and a 4,000 mAh battery with up to 18W fast-charging capabilities.
Initially, the phone should cost €399 and should ship with Android One – however, we cannot know for sure what the official specs sheet is until the company officially unveils the phone.