Motorola One Vision with Exynos 9610 seen on Geekbench
An unconfirmed report from early February said that Samsung could have guaranteed a new customer for its Exynos 9610 chipset, the information also suggests that Lenovo’s Motorola may be planning to launch two new mid-range devices with the processor Exynos 7 Series 9610 from Samsung. Although the information has never revealed the identity of that device, some sources believe that one of the devices may be the next Moto P40 that is expected to arrive soon as the successor to Moto P30 last year.
Although largely unconfirmed, a new Motorola phone dubbed Motorola One Vision appeared in the Geekbench database with some details. While it is not yet clear if the device will be marketed as Motorola One Vision, it is clear from the name that the device will be part of the GooglesAndroid One program, based on Android 9 Pie. The information reveals that the device will come with the Exynos 9610 10nm chipset, with 6GB of RAM inside.
In addition to the 1,599 points in the single-core test and 5,328 points in the multi-core test, nothing was revealed through the information.
Motorola OneVision on GeekBench
If the previous rumors turn out to be true then the Motorola One Vision might end up coming to market as the Motorola P40 as has been said, or maybe it will be the second Motorola Exynos 9610 phone that is said to be on the way. As long as we have no official information on the Moto P40 at the moment, information leaks from last year point out that the device could come with a hole in the screen for the selfie camera, which should allow a greater ratio between screen and body, the render reveals that there is still enough frame at the bottom to house the Motorola logo.