Motorola is once again going through bad times due to intense competition from Chinese smartphone makers. However, that is not stopping them from launching new smartphones. A few months back, Motorola unveiled the G7 series which didn’t do well in emerging markets. But still, the Chinese owned American brand is back again with another smartphone – Motorola One Vision.
The newly announced Motorola One Vision sports a punch hole LCD display with an aspect ratio of 21:9. The size of the panel is 6.3 inches with a resolution of FHD+ (2520 x 1080 pixels) and a pixel density of 432 PPI. The punch hole is located at the top left side rather than top right like the Galaxy S10 series. As there is no space on the front, the fingerprint is embedded in the Motorola logo located at the back of the device.
Interestingly, the Motorola One Vision is powered by Samsung Exynos 9609 which is an underclocked version of Exynos 9610. In case you forgot or not aware of, Exynos 9610 powers the Samsung Galaxy A50. The notable difference between both the SoCs is their CPU clock speed which is 2.3 GHz and 2.2 GHz for Exynos 9610 and 9609 respectively. As for storage, it will be available only in 4GB RAM and 128GB ROM variant with support for microSD card.
Coming to the camera department, the phone comes equipped with a massive 48MP primary sensor at the back with f / 1.7 aperture and OIS. Whereas, secondary depth sensor is of 5MP. As for selfies and video calling, it features a 25MP sensor with f / 2.0 aperture which is located in the punch hole of the display. Other features include Bluetooth 5.0, NFC, and a reasonable 3,500 mAH battery with support for Motorola TurboPower charging.
Last but not least, the Motorola One Vision is a part of the Android One programme which means it will receive two years of guaranteed OS updates. Last but not least, the phone is priced at $335 and will be available in Blue and Bronze colour variants.