It seems that every manufacturer has a 48 MP smartphone this year, from Huawei and Meizu to Samsung and Xiaomi. Motorola is the newest company participating in the party with the Motorola One Vision.
The new phone has a primary rear camera of 48 MP (Samsung GM-1, f / 1.7 aperture, OIS) and a 5MP depth sensor. Motorola also comes with a high-resolution snapper on the front, with a 25 MP camera with perforation holes.
Full specifications and functions for the Moto One
The manufacturer also brings a few camera tricks to the phone, including a night view mode (Night view and night mode), portrait lighting and automatic smile capture.
The Motorola One Vision is definitely a midrange device if you look at the specifications for power. The Motorola device uses the unannounced Exynos 9609 chipset, which offers a 2.2 Ghz octa-core CPU and a budget Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. Other core specifications are 4 GB RAM, 128 GB expandable storage and a 3,500 mAh battery with 15 watt charging.
The Moto One Vision also has a 6.3-inch Full HD + LCD screen (21: 9), a fingerprint scanner on the back, NFC, IP52 splash resistance and Android Pie (with Android One). Speaking of software, Motorola says the phone will receive updates for "Android Q and Android R." Motorola is also promising security updates for three years, as you would expect from an Android One phone.
The Motorola One Vision is unfortunately not coming to the US or Canada, but will be available in Asia, Australia, Brazil, Europe and the Middle East. The device brings you 299 euros back when it is launched in Europe this month. What do you think of the Moto One Vision? Sound out in the comments below!
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