Android One and dual camera for the new Motorola mobile phone, based...

Android One and dual camera for the new Motorola mobile phone, based on the Moto X4

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In recent years, Google has tried different approaches to Android depending on what the market required, from major system versions to experiences like Android GO or Android One.

The latter was expected to be the appropriate version for terminals wishing to have a similar experience to Nexus, or to Pixel. It was the evolution of Google Play Edition.

A week ago, we saw how Xiaomi Mi A1 relaunched this project with a terminal based on Xiaomi Mi 5X but offering a pure version of the system simply modified by the inclusion of four Applications from the manufacturer.

Motorola joins Android One

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Apparently, this will not be the only manufacturer to rely on Android One to launch new models. Evan Blass published in his Twitter profile an image of a new signature model that stands out in the first instance for his double camera back.

But if you look well, we see that the silk screen at the bottom shows the name Android One which means it will be a model whose user experience will be controlled by Google

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It seems to be a Moto X4 but the software was changed by the One version of Android, something similar to what Xiaomi did.

More options in the future?

That Motorola was on the Android One train after Xiaomi opens the doors to other manufacturers to do and that in the future we have several devices with Android One and features of all kinds.

Something like this is what our colleague Ivan Peñalba predicted in an article in which he spoke of the idea we currently have of the Nexus brand:

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