On November 27th Motorola released a new trailer for the release of its first pop-up camera in Brazil on December 3rd. The new, suspected to have been exposed by the previously exposed Motorola One Hyper, which has long been exposed, may have a 11nm process with a Dragon 675 processor, 4GB of memory, 128GB of storage, and a 6.39-inch IPS screen (which is why it doesn’t have AOD and screen fingerprints). 2340×1080 resolution, 403ppi.
On the photo, it has a front-facing 32-megapixel single-camera, F2.0 aperture, and a rear 64-megapixel (F1.8) and 8-megapixel depth-of-field dual-camera (F1.7).
Battery size 4000mAh, rear fingerprint recognition, with 3.5m headphone hole and FM radio function.
From the configuration point of view, Motorola One Hyper is a typical thousand-dollar model, the only suspense is the price.
Latin America has been one of the best-developed markets for motorcycles, and in April Lenovo executives revealed that Motorola’s share in Latin America was as high as 17 percent, second only to Samsung, which he believes is why motos chose to launch in Brazil.