You won't get it all in one stroller, I'm afraid. One step, one hand usually means a smaller one, AND the large canopy, that is a requirement pretty much NO cabin luggage-sized strollers have. I know one, which is the Maclaren Atom (full Maclaren Atom stroller review with pics HERE), but I am unsure if it really be one-second movement fold, and the seat is not very long.
Beware, as pretty much no ultra-compacts will have a long seat surface. Those few who do don't have a full lie-flat recline.
The Chicco Goody did accommodate my larger toddler (full Chicco Goody stroller review with pics HERE), but the canopy definitely wasn't XXL and I found the leg rest shorter, which with a toddler actually doesn't bother me much.
I'll suggest reconsidering your priorities and try out a few in the shop, as you will either go for a long seat and the Joolz Aer/Bugaboo Butterfly, or a large canopy and the Atom, or a one-step fold and somšthing auto-folding but not perfect in other areas, or.... you know.
Check also our top 10+ ultracompacts of this season to inspire yourself more, and write again if clearer on where you are ok with compromising.