The latest variant of the Moto One series was spotted on a Saudi Arabian retail website, but the listing has been taken down. A tipster provided us with an image of the phone and some of the specs from the listing.
The spotted device is called the Moto One Macro and its headline feature could be a 2MP macro camera. It has two other main cameras: a main 13Mp sensor and another 2MP sensor, which we suspect to be a depth sensor.
Based on the image above, we are also looking at laser-assisted autofocus and a rear fingerprint scanner. There is also a notched display with a tall aspect ratio.
Its also said to feature 2GB of RAM and it was listed on retailer Extra’s website for SAR 899, which converts to about ~$240. Motorola continues to expand its “Moto One” series running Android One and the Moto Macro is the latest anticipated device. We wonder if the One Macro will make it to Western markets considering its existence is anticipated for the Middle East.
The One Macro has also been spotted in a leaked live photo and scored on Geekbench running a Helio P60 and Android Pie. Just over a week ago, the Taiwanese NCC certified the phone – indicating an imminent launch.
Thanks for the tip, Saad!
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