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List of Motorola smartphones to receive Android Oreo update

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Last year's Moto X4 is also an Android One device and the company is now rumored to abandon the X-series. But there's been rumored word that a sequel was stopped in its tracks as part of job and budget cuts in Chicago. Now, the Lenovo-owned company is in the headlines for building an Android One smartphone that could debut as "Motorola One Power".

The new phone is called the Motorola One Power and it will be an Android One device, according to Android Headlines.

The Motorola One Power looks like a big departure from past Moto phones. The Motorola One Power's almost bezel-less design leaves one wondering where Motorola intends to place the fingerprint sensor.

Details about the price and availability of the Motorola One Power haven't been revealed yet.

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There appear to be two dual, front-facing speakers as well as a USB Type-C charging port on the bottom front of the Motorola One Power. It is worth noting here that contrary to other Motorola smartphones nowadays that have "Moto" brand, the rumoured Android One has the Motorola brand altogether.

There is no information yet about the specs of the Motorola One Power, so we will be watching out for that. With the capability of supporting Moto Mods, that also meant the scanner could not go on the back of the device. This is also good news for users who want timely Android updates for their phone.

Motorola's Moto G6 offers up a decidedly mid-range package which packs in a Snapdragon 450, 5.7-inch 18:9 display, 3GB of RAM, 32GB of storage, and even Android Oreo.

On rear, the One Power sports dual cameras and has the round fingerprint sensor, which is embossed with the bat-like Moto logo.

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