Recently, the list of devices that support ARCore from Google, got an interesting device – Moto One Vision. This means that the device is almost ready for commercial production, since in order for the device to be recognized as ARCore-compatible, it must pass some internal tests from Google.
The report states that Moto One Vision is based on Samsung’s Exynos 9610 mid-range chipset, which has a number of interesting features, one of the main ones is having a separate neural processor for AI operations – and this is rare for middle-class processors. This neuroprocessor, moreover, is used to facilitate visualization and rendering, which is clearly not superfluous for the device that has been nominated for ARCore certification.
Moto One Vision release date.
Judging by the data of the processor, there is a possibility that Moto One Vision will work on the trimmed Android One, have 6 GB of RAM and have an operating frequency of up to 1.6 GHz. In principle, these are normal characteristics for an average-budget apparatus, but finally the design, the camera, and, of course, the price will determine its position on the market.
It is worth adding that the presence of NFC and fast charging of 18 W brings the novelty closer if not to the flagships, then certainly to the upper price category of mid-budget devices, and ARCore support (and probably at least a dual main camera) hints that the cost of the device will not be the lowest .