After launching the Motorola One Vision last year, Motorola is now reportedly prepping a slightly upgraded model known as the One Vision Plus which is expected to go official in the coming months. Ahead of its unveiling, this device is now spotted on Geekbench 5.1 along with some crucial details about the upcoming handset.
According to its Geekbench listing, the Motorola One Vision Plus has attained a score of 310 points and 1,351 points respectively for its single-core and multi-cores performance test which is pretty much an average score among mid-ranger smartphones.
Besides that, the same listing further revealed that the Motorola One Vision Plus is likely to be powered by an octa-core Snapdragon 665 SoC instead of the Exynos 9609 SoC found in last year’s Motorola One Vision. This will be assisted by 4GB worth of RAM in the memory compartment.
Based on the device’s Android Enterprise listing, which was spotted earlier this month, the Motorola One Vision Plus will also be coming with a 6.3-inches display coupled with 64GB onboard storage space. It will carry support for NFC connectivity and will be accompanied with a fingerprint scanner.
Currently, there still isn’t any confirmation on its official launch date. However, since the device had already appeared on Android Enterprise and Geekbench database, we believe its launch is imminent.