The Motorola One Vision adopts a hole-punch display design, a dual rear camera setup at the back aligned vertically, a rear fingerprint sensor hidden beneath the Motorola logo, and a glossy gradient finished panel.
The Motorola One Vision was launched this week with a set of specifications that appear - at surface level - to closely follow those of the headline smartphones this season. Motorola did not detail any new software features, but it's likely to add new ones to its 2019 lineup. Motorola has named it CinemaVision (similar to Sony's CinemaVision display) and unlike Sony's own display, this one has a punch hole. The phone is available in Sapphire Blue and Brown color option. On top of this, you get a 6.3-inch screen so there's a good deal of screen space, and the 2520 x 1080 resolution should keep content looking sharp. The teaser, unfortunately, hides the rear camera module but we can see the Motorola branding which probably includes the fingerprint sensor. The secondary sensor is used to detect depth in images, and is used in conjunction with the phone's Portrait mode with impressively accurate results - in well-lit environments, anyway.
The device includes 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage, which you can expand using a microSD card (up to 512GB).
Being a Moto phone, you'll also find a range of Moto Experiences that allow you to quickly capture images, turn on the torch with a flick, take a screenshot with three fingers and more. Let's check out the specs of the phone first.
At an affordable price of around $300 (EUR 300 in Europe), the Motorola One Vision will be available for purchase today in Brazil and certain parts of Europe. The phone supports 15W TurboPower fast charging, while a 3.5mm headphone jack is also included here. Rs 23,500) and from May 16 in Saudi Arabia & Thailand. Over the following weeks, the phone will also be getting a wider release in Latin America, as well as a roll-out across Asia, Middle East, and Australia.
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