Although there are no differences in the format, the screen of the notches has different dimensions, in the Moto One a reproduction of 5.9 inch in ratio 18: 9 and the Moto One Power has 6.2 in ratio 19: 9, which guarantees a lot of space for those who like to consume media in a larger panel without quality loss, because their resolution is respectively HD + and FullHD +.
Taking into account that only the name of the company can be seen at the bottom of the screen, it is assumed that this area could be removed to reduce the size of the devices, which would even help in the marketing strategy, because the percentage of the front of the device would be visually larger.
On the back is the digital reader in the Motorola logo, just as they had already done in the Moto G6 Play, Moto E5 and E5 Plus. The biggest difference between smartphones with Android One is in the camera, where the company chose to make a model in which the lenses in Moto One were separated, while in One Power they became one, making this second version with the body in sight remained more than Apple did on the iPhone X.
Considering the strategy that Motorola uses in line One, there is nothing that creates a big difference in the devices in relation to other products produced by the brand. Perhaps One Power distinguishes itself by the size of the battery, which is 5,000 mAh, but if there is no optimization of performance, it gets critical in this respect, as happened with the Xiaomi Mi A1, the first smarphone on the market that Android One used.
Taking into account that the estimated price of these devices is € 299 (~ $ 1,441 in direct conversion), it can be said that it is worth 1/3 of the value of an iPhone X to invest and still a series to open customization options that Android offers, even if people who use this purest version fit well with the limitations of iOS.