With the launch of Moto One Vision, Motorola is hoping to twist the smartphones sales under Rs.20,000 segment. Motorola was struggling to stay in the competition as compared to its rivals, where, Samsung, Redmi, Realme are offering some astonishing and value for money smartphones, Motorola has been a silent player. This post will provide you the Moto One Vision complete review.
Moto One Vision Review
Motorola One Vision is offering a hole-punch display which is modern in design. Motorola claimed at the time of launch date that the newly launched smartphone would be a premium device. However, Motorola One Vision stands in the hut of a mid-range device priced at Rs 19,999/-. Keep reading for Moto One Vision complete review and details about the built quality, specifications, camera, and more.
As displayed in the teaser, Moto has moved towards a notch ahead with a wider perspective. So, get ready to experience a new vision from Motorola One Vision. The 21:9 Cinemavison aspect ration is the most promising feature of the device.
Unboxing Motorola One Vision
The packaging of the One Vision is typically like other phone box offered my Moto. You will find a gradient color type box mentioning some important features at the back. When you unbox the packaging, the first thing is the brand new sensational One Vision smartphone. In addition to this, you get the warranty card with a sim tool ejector.
The box also contains a transparent plastic case attached with the phone itself. We get two color options with the One Vision i.e “Sapphire Gradient” and “Bronze Gradient”. If you go further in then, you will find a Moto Tubo Power Charger with a standard type C cable for charging your device. That basically completes everting inside the box.
Moto One Vision Looks and Specification
The phone has appealing looks with the gradient finish colors. This phone has 6.3″ LTPS IPS display with a resolution of 2520 X 1080PX. You can see the punch-hole camera located at the top-left corner. The phone aspect ratio is quite impressive as it covers almost 95% of the front. However, you can see a bit thick chin at the bottom of the device.
- DISPLAY- 6.3″ LTPS IPS (16 cm)
- RESOLUTION- 1080 X 2520 Pixels, Full HD+
- GRAPHICS PPI- 432 PPI
- WIDTH- 71.2mm
- HEIGHT- 160.1mm
- DEPTH- 8.7mm
- WEIGHT- 180gm
- SIM- Dual 4g, 4g with VOLTE, Hybrid
- OTG COMPATIBLE- Yes
- SOUND- Dolby Audio, One Speaker, Bottom Ported Speaker, 2 Microphones
- PROCESSOR- Samsung Exynos 9609 Processo, Octa-Core
- RAM- 4GB
- ROM- 128gb and expandable up to 256GB
- GPU- Mali-G72 MP3
- FRONT CAMERA- 25 MP, f/2.0 Aperture
- BACK CAMERA- Dual, 48MP Primary with OIS, f/1.7 Aperture, and 5MP secondary for depth sensing
- FLASH- Dual LED Flash
- FRAME RATE- UHD at 30 fps, FHD at 30 fps, FHD at 60 fps, HD at 30 fps
- BATTERY- 3500 mAh Battery
- OPERATING FREQUENCY- GSM: B2/B3/B5/B8, WCDMA: B1/B2/B5/B8, 4G LTE: B1/B3/B5/B7/B8/B20/B38/B40/B41
- Wi-Fi- 802.11a/b/g/n/ac, 2.4GHz + 5GHz
- OTHERS FEATURES- 15W Turbo Power for up to 7 hrs of Power in 15 mins of Charging, Network: 4G LTE (Cat 6), Connectivity: USB Type-C Port with Turbo Charge Support, IP52 Water Protection
The bottom of the phone consists of a USB Type C-Port, speakers and a microphone. On the top, you get a secondary noise cancelation microphone with everyone’s favourite 3.5mm headphone jack.
Motorola One Vision camera Review
The Motorola One Vision offers a dual rear camera setup, with a 48-megapixel primary sensor coupled with an f/1.7 aperture lens, and a 5-megapixel secondary sensory paired with an f/2.2 aperture lens. The rear camera setup features dual-LED flash, 8x digital zoom, portrait mode, manual mode, Cinemagraph, panorama, active display mode, Auto HDR, and many more. Motorola has used a 25-megapixel selfie camera with an f/2.0 aperture lens. The quality is at par compared to its rivals.
The phone also features something called “Night Vision” which is the mix of the hardware and software to make low light images appear to be extremely well lit also in testing, it really performed well. The phone captures 4K video recording. Furthermore, you also get a super slow-motion video recording option which is good for fun.