Earlier this week, Lenovo Group VP Chang Cheng had confirmed that the Motorola P50 will be launching this week. Just as the Lenovo Z6 phone was announced silently, the Motorola P50 has gone official discreetly. The handset is rebranded version of the Motorola One Vision and it has arrived as the successor for the Motorola P30 phone from last year.
There are few differences between the Motorola P50 and One Vision smartphones. The first one is that the One Vision runs on near-stock edition of Android 9 Pie OS, but the P50 has ZUI 11 user interface. The One Vision has 4 GB of Ram whereas the P50 comes with 6 GB of RAM. The rest of the specs are same on both devices.
Priced at 2,499 Yuan ($363), the Motorola P50 offers its users with a 6.34-inch display with a punch-hole design. What’s impressive about the phone is that it offers a wide cinematic experience through its 21:9 aspect ratio display. The punch-hole is the home for the phone’s 25-megapixel selfie camera.
The Exynos 9609 chipset powers the Motorola P50. The rear shell of the phone has LED flash and OIS assisted 48-megapixel + 5-megapixel dual camera setup. It is packed with a 3,500mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging. The handset comes with an inbuilt storage of 128 GB.
The Motorola P50 is now up for pre-orders in China through multiple retailers. The handset is scheduled to go on sale from July 20.