Motorola has launched punch-hole display smartphones like the One Vision and One Action. But we know that the company is working on a smartphone with a notchless screen.
Last week, we saw a couple of renders of an unknown Motorola smartphone with a notchless display, and today we are looking at the live images of what's probably the same device.
One of the photos confirms that the smartphone will have a pop-up camera elevating from the right side of the top bezel. And the other image, showing off small bezels on the top and the sides, tells us that the smartphone will run Motorola's version of Android instead of stock Android.
This hints that the smartphone will not be a part of the Android One program and may not carry the "Motorola One" moniker, but then the company announced the One Zoom yesterday which is not an Android One device.
Details are scarce about this notchless Motorola smartphone but more information should follow in the coming weeks, or maybe months.