A new Motorola smartphone with model number Moto XT2015-2 has passed the Wi-Fi Alliance certification website today. This new handset is believed to be a variant of the Motorola One Action. There have been multiple reports that Motorola has been working on two One series phone – One Action and One Action Pro – to be released in the near future. Renders of the One Action leaked last month and showed a triple camera setup with a hole-punch design similar to the One Vision.
As for the Moto XT2015-2, the Wi-Fi certificate shows support for single-band Wi-Fi (2.4GHz) as well as Android 9.0 Pie. Judging from the single band Wi-Fi support, this could be a low-end model of the One series. This model follows on the heels of another similar handset – Moto XT2013-1 – which was spotted at the FCC in June. This model is also believed to be a variant of the Motorola One Action which is a more affordable version of the Motorola One Vision.
As for the leaked specifications of the Motorola One Action, current information suggests a 6.3-inch display with a resolution of 2,520 x 1,080p. It is believed to utilize a Samsung Exynos 9609 processor and have 3GB/4GB of RAM along with 32GB/64GB of storage respectively. Both the front and rear of the Moto One Action are thought to sport a 12.6MP primary camera sensor powered by a 3,500mAh battery. The Motorola One Pro has a quad camera setup with a 48MP primary sensor, as far as current leaked press renders have shown. It will be the first Motorola handset to do so if this leak pans out to be true. However, this is all we know about the unreleased Motorola One series. Since there has been increased activity at the certification portals, we could see a launch of the One Action series in the American continent soon