motorola one, one power mix Android One, mid-range specs, notches

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At long last, we're finally given an official look at the motorola one and motorola one power. And, yes, Motorola is stylizing their names that way. As leaked repeatedly, these two are the company's newest Android One contenders, following the footsteps of what is probably the last Moto X phone, the Moto X4. Don't got looking for juicy specs though, because even Motorola's marketing language says it all. These ones are all about a pure Android experience. Fortunately, that also means some Google AI, too!

The motorola one gets a "large" 5.9-inch screen, as if that is large by today's standards. It doesn't even have enough pixels to fill that space out. It does have an HD+ 19:9 "Max Vision" display, which also includes a notch. In terms of power, you get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 and 4 GB of RAM with a still undisclosed storage capacity, probably 64 GB. There are two cameras on the back, though only the main 13 megapixel sensor has been mentioned, and an 8 megapixel front shooter.

The motorola one power packs more oomph, though not by much. As some have guessed, it is closely related to the Motorola P30 recently announced in China. The processor has been upgraded to a Snapdragon 636 and the 6.2-inch screen no reaches FHD+ resolutions. Motorola is particularly proud of the two-day battery life and TurboPower fast charging, giving an addition 6 hours for only 15 minutes of plugging in.

But while the hardware might not be that impressive, the fact that these two run Android One is enough reason for Android purists to pine for them. That means they will be getting two major Android updates and three years worth of monthly security updates. That said, there's a bit of a cheat here because the motorola one and one power are launching with Android 8.1 Oreo and will be upgraded to Android 9 Pie quickly after launch. That means the last update it is promised to receive is Android Q, even if that happens just a year after the phones launched.

The motorola one is launching next month in Europe, Latin America, and Asia Pacific for 299 EUR ($349). The motorola one power won't be far behind and will first land in India in October, no price tag yet. And, no, it doesn't seem like Motorola will be launching either Android One phone in the US, at least for the time being.