Motorola One Action does Geekbench with Exynos 9609 chipset

Peter, 30 May 2019

Back in April, @evleaks tweeted that Motorola is working on four “One” phones and with the release of the One Vision, three of them are a reality. The fourth one has just passed through Geekbench.

The Motorola One Action is powered by a Samsung-made Exynos 9609 chipset, just like the One Vision. This is just a lower clocked version of the 9610 chip – 2.2 + 1.6GHz instead of 2.3 + 1.7GHz.

Here’s a quick comparison with the Galaxy A50, though note that it was a pre-release One Action that ran the test. Even so and despite the 0.1GHz difference in clocks, the scores are very close.

GeekBench 4.1 (multi-core)

Higher is better

  • Motorola One Vision
    5425
  • Samsung Galaxy A50
    5396
  • Motorola One Action
    5377
  • Motorola One (P30 Play)
    4183

GeekBench 4.1 (single-core)

Higher is better

  • Samsung Galaxy A50
    1715
  • Motorola One Vision
    1609
  • Motorola One Action
    1601
  • Motorola One (P30 Play)
    867

The Action is clearly meant to be a rugged phone, though not a flagship like the “Force” models. Moto rarely goes for full water resistance, instead it focuses on surviving impacts (e.g. the Z Force phones have shatterproof screens), so this will likely be something in the same vein.

A possible render of the Motorola One Action

PS. there seems to be a One Pro in the works too.

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