Motorola One Vision with Punch-hole display and 3500mAh Battery Launched

The Motorola One Vision

Motorola One Vision brings 21:9 display, 48MP camera and Exynos chipset - GSMArena.com news

The Motorola One Vision is a sleek bit of kit with an impressive display, great cameras and a price tag of less than £300, making it appealing in a market where flagship devices can cost upwards of £1000. Up front, there is a 25-megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture as well. The Motorola One Vision is also capable of recording up to 4K videos at 30fps. It uses pixel binning technology that combines four pixels into one, ensuring more light in your images. The company also promising Android Q and Android R software updates because it's an Android One smartphone. The 48 MP rear sensor* with OIS and Night Vision** mode lets you capture unbelievable photos even in the most challenging lighting conditions. The 3500 mAh battery can power through a full day on a single charge.When it comes time to power up, TurboPower™ gives you up to 7 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging, so you're ready to go at a moment's notice.

Google has equipped the Motorola One Vision with Android One based on the latest Android 9.0. The camera software also offers Night Vision, portrait lighting, and auto-smile capture. However, it doesn't use it all the time. Once this feature is enabled, the phone can look at the photo you just took; if it "sees" that the image is slightly skewed, it'll crop and level the image to look a little tidier. This is ideal for when taking selfies in dark spaces. There's now a Shot Optimization mode, which detects up to 10 scenes - from sunsets to food - and will adjust a photo's ISO, exposure, and more for the best result. However, that is not stopping them from launching new smartphones.

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The Motorola One Vision has a 6.3-inch IPS LCD screen with FHD+ resolution, protected by 2.5D curved tempered glass, offering a minimal bezel design. Instead, the phone is headed to Brazil, where Motorola has found stable success in selling phones, followed by Mexico and then other parts of Latin America and Europe. I think this is the most disappointing feature of the phone. Let's check out the specs of the phone first.

Motorola launched the Motorola One Vision on Wednesday in Brazil, with the device expected to roll out soon to other markets like Saudi Arabia, Thailand, Asia, Middle East, and Australia. Prices will vary by country.

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