Motorola introduced the One Action earlier this month, and the phone is already selling at Argos in the United Kingdom. However, when you open the listing and start reading, it actually reads Motorola One Zoom and plenty of different specs from what the One Action has.
There’s the chance Argos is already having info on the yet unreleased phone and someone copied and pasted the wrong description under the One Action. The screen of the One Zoom will reportedly be 6.4” OLED panel with a fingerprint scanner underneath.
Further down, we read the main shooter will be 48 MP with OIS, coupled with a telephoto and ultra-wide-angle lenses.
The battery of the upcoming phone is written down as 4,000 mAh and the device should be for pre-order from August 20 (that’s eight days ago) and should come for delivery at the end of August. This timeframe doesn't make much sense so we guess it might be the bit that's related to the Moto One Action after all.
Previous rumors already suggested four cameras on the back of the One Zoom, however, the screen was said to have a smaller diagonal. Whether this is a total blunder from Argos or a neat PR trick from the store, we are yet to see, since the Motorola One Zoom is expected to make an appearance at IFA 2019 which is just around the corner.
Thanks for the lead, Callum Lynch!