Motorola One Vision was introduced to the world
While everyone seems to be focusing on the Google Pixel 3a and the even newer OnePlus 7 Pro nowadays, Motorola introduced its own brand new handset, the Motorola One Vision to the world. The previous Moto devices started to look more and more like iPhone clones, thankfully, the Motorola One Vision changes this. The new device has a slick, elegant design, with gentle curves and a discreet front-facing camera in the upper left corner of the screen. The back also looks quite nice with a slightly protruding vertical dual camera setup in the upper left corner, a flashlight just under it and the fingerprint sensor in the center of the back cover with the Motorola logo on it.
Under its hood, the Motorola One Vision carries an octa-core Exynos 9609 chipset clocked at 2.2 GHz, Mali-G72 MP3 GPU, and it includes 4GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. Users can further expand this with the help of the card slot that supports up to 512GB extra storage. The handset runs Android 9 Pie out of the box, naturally, and it will most likely get the Android Q not long after its official release.
Motorola chose to follow the latest trends and equipped the Motorola One Vision with a powerful, 48MP camera that works together with a 5MP depth sensor. The resulting images should have less noise and more detail. The handset features optical image stabilization and a special Night Mode that promises to enhance the quality of the pictures captured in low-light conditions. The handset also offers some AI features when it comes to image processing, these should also help the pictures’ clarity and details. The front-facing camera has a 25MP sensor and it should normally work just fine for selfies and video calls.
Other features of the brand new 6.3-inch Motorola One Vision include a 3,500mAh battery, Bluetooth 5.0, Dolby Audio sound, a 3.5mm audio jack, and a USB Type-C reversible connector. Overall, the Motorola One Vision is a decent handset with some nice features but it is definitely not a flagship device. The smartphone will be available for purchase in two color variants: Bronze gradient and Sapphire gradient. At this time, the handset is only available in Brazil, for € 299, but it will also become available in Mexico next week. The handset will eventually reach other markets in Latin America and Europe but at this point, it seems highly unlikely to hit the shelves in the United States.