The Motorola P50 is a renamed version of the Motorola One Vision, which is sold in India, Brazil, Europe, Saudi Arabia, and Thailand. The P50 will be available exclusively in China and runs on ZUI, as opposed to One Vision, which runs an almost standard version of Android.
However, there is an important difference between the two: if the Motorola One Vision is running on the pure Android 9 Pie operating system, the Motorola P50 has a proprietary graphic ZUI shell.
Motorola P50 is available in one configuration with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of flash memory for a price of 363 dollars. Pre-orders will begin July 15, and the device will go on sale on July 20 this year.
The smartphone has an IPS display with an aspect ratio of 21: 9 and 6.34 inches screen with a Full HD + (1080 x 2520 pixels) resolution and support for DCI-P3 color gamut. The display has a hole in the upper left corner, where there is a 25 MP front camera with HDR, NPU smart recognition and AI functions. The rear glass of the device is 3D with all four sides curved and the logo of the brand on the back is placed in the recess that houses the fingerprint reader.
The dual rear camera includes a main with 48 MP OIS with f / 1.75 aperture and large 1.6-micron pixels. There is no shortage of dual LED flashes, such as night mode, intelligent scene recognition, and 4K video recording.
Among the other features of Motorola P50, we find the gesture motorcycles, Dolby sound, Wi-Fi 802.11ac, Bluetooth 5.0, USB-C, dual 4G VoLTE, dual SIM support (second hybrid slot) and 128 GB of internal memory. The smartphone will be available for purchase in Bronze Iridescent and Sapphire Blue colors.
In short, Motorola P50 is a Motorola One Vision with a different name and intended only for the Chinese market, with the main difference represented by the software, given that the international model is Android One and this is not.