Motorola One Vision official with 21:9 screen and 48MP camera

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

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

Motorola is expanding its smartphone family once again, this time with the announcement of the One Vision.

After being in the leaks for more than four weeks, Motorola has silently unveiled the Motorola One Vision smartphone in Brazil and other North American markets.

As we already knew that Motorola has to launch the new device today. Most people take phones on monthly payment plans, which make a $500 phone a mere $20/month over two years; people who buy phones up front, on the other hand, tend to buy cheap or used devices. Night photos are not always given attention but Motorola sees to it the Night Vision mode is ready.

That's mostly because it's a 21:9 aspect ratio, which is what we saw on the Sony Xperia 10 and Xperia 10 Plus (as well as the upcoming Xperia 1 flagship phone). It is a 6.3-inch LCD screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio. Key specifications on the phone include a 48-megapixel sensor, a 25-megapixel front snapper, neat camera features like optical image stabilisation, and 4D Corning Gorilla Glass gradient back panels in sapphire and bronze colour options. Inside you'll find a Exynos 9609 processor from Samsung, 4GB RAM, and 128GB of storage, which seems generous considering the €299 (about $335) launch price. I think this is the most disappointing feature of the phone.

The Motorola One Vision comes with a 3,500 mAh battery with 15W fast charging via the included TurboPower charger. Mexico will see the phone become available next week. It is touted to give you up to 7 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging.

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In terms of optics, the device sports dual rear cameras featuring 48MP primary sensor with f/1.7 aperture and a 5MP night vision sensor with f/2.2 aperture. Motorolas camera software provides added AI features like shot optimization and a Night Vision mode.

As for the software, the phone runs Android 9 Pie out of the box with stock Android.

It goes like this: instead of translating each pixel from the camera sensor to a single pixel on the image, the phone takes the information gathered from 4 pixels of the camera sensors, and uses it to create just one, better pixel in the resulting photo.

It can also be used for a mode called Portrait Lighting that allows you to do artistic things like keep the subject of a photo in color while the background is black and white, or change where the sun looks to be in an image.

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