After the Motorola One Vision received its Wi-Fi Alliance certification a few days ago, now a new leak made its way into the websphere, in the shape of an official-looking press render.
The image shows that the device will have a punch-hole display, with the selfie camera set in the left corner of the screen. The bezels are very thin and the smartphone features a solid chin but not large enough to be an eye-sore.
On the glossy back, we can see that the phone will arrive with a dual camera setup and an LED flash beneath it. The Motorola logo in the center seems to house a fingerprint scanner and we can also spot the Android branding on the bottom of the device as well.
The One Vision looks like will arrive with an USB-C port, alongside a speaker and a microphone.
Judging by the date on the phone’s screen, April 3rd, we could conclude this might be the official release date but this is just speculation right now so don’t take our word for it.