Xiaomi Mi 5X gets a stable Android One ROM port

Motorola in works with Google for a new Android One phone

While there is no other information about the Android One version of the Moto X4, the leak hints to the possibility of handset been under works.

Motorola, a brand that once belonged to Google but never really fulfilled the potential of the partnership, will bring the first Android One device to the USA market.

Though earlier all the Moto devices had this feature but recently after getting acquired by Lenovo the company is not able to provide timely updates.

The new Android One Moto X4 is also expected to have the same cameras, these will include a 16 megapixel front camera for Selfies and dual rear cameras. No other detail of the device leaked so far.

Xiaomi recently launched its first Android One smartphone Mi A1. While the original version comes with no branding at the back except for the "M" logo at the centre, the image shared by Blass showed an additional "Android One" printed at the bottom. A few days back, Xiaomi Mi A1 Android One was announced which is a midrange variant. Additionally, it is expected that the Moto X4 Android One edition will come with the Google Play Protect security feature out of the box, notes Gadgets 360. Let's wait and see for any related announcement from Motorola, Lenovo, or the Android team.

The developer says the Android One ROM for the Xiaomi Mi 5X is "very clean", fast, and stable, and should work without any issues. The phone will have a 3GB RAM and 32 GB storage space. Google executive at the event confirmed that the smartphone will get Android 8.0 Oreo and Android P as well. The phone supports TurboPower quick charging, and comes with IP68 certification for water and dust resistance. Both the devices allow you to expand the memory by using a microSD card upto 1TB. The first camera has an f/2.2 aperture with auto focus and phase detection and a dual-LED flash. It even comes with a fingerprint sensor, and has a more-than-decent 3,000 mAh battery. This might not deliver the most impressive results in synthetic benchmarks but the Moto X4 should deliver solid, reliable performance and good power management for most users.



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