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Motorola One Action leaked

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A render of the One Action has surfaced, showing us what it looks like.

The Motorola One Action looks similar to the One Vision announced last month. It has a punch hole display on the front, power button and volume rocker on the right, a SIM card slot on the left, and a speaker and a microphone at the bottom flanking the USB-C port. The headphone jack on the One Action is likely placed at the top, like the One Vision.

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One Action also has the fingerprint scanner on its back like the One Vision, but it comes with an extra camera, despite being an affordable version of the One Vision.

The main sensor in this camera system is a 12.6MP unit, and the setup has text written on its right side which says “117° Action Cam 2.0µm”, meaning one of the snappers will come with a wide-angle lens.

One Action is an Android One smartphone, and it will share some specs with the One Vision including the Exynos 9609 chip, 6.3-inch FHD+ display, and the 3,500 mAh battery.

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