Key specs of an upcoming smartphone from Motorola, the One Action, has been confirmed through a listing on the Android Enterprise Solutions Directory. The listing indicates that the device has already received Android certification from Google, meaning Motorola may be formally announcing it in the near future.
An accompanying image was also revealed by the listing (see photo above), showing a display with a hole-punch camera cutout on the upper left corner. If it looks familiar to you, that is because its front design takes after the Motorola One Vision, announced in May of this year.
Like the One Vision, the new smartphone sports a 6.3-inch display. Under the hood, it also packs 4GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. Other features of the device are NFC support and fingerprint scanner, among others.
It runs Android 9.0 Pie, of course, though the rest of its specs such as the processor and camera sensor remain unconfirmed. Nonetheless, a recent Geekbench listing showed the device would be powered by an eight-core SoC clocked at 1.64GHz.