After quite a while, something different has been there from Motorola i.e Motorola one vision. Although nothing is new as compared to other industry trends, as compared to other Motorola smartphones. During the launch event, the key USP which discussed by the spokesperson of Motorola was only two- 21:9 CinemaVision display and punched hole selfie camera just like earlier did by Samsung; along with 48 MP rear camera. These couple of highlighted things was the buzz of the Motorola’s event. Yes, indeed nothing is much fascinated apart from the price Rs 19,990 where they will really sweep the ground becuase of brand value and the specifications they are offering in Motorola Vision One. If you are looking for Motorola One vision alternative then think first for Samsung Galaxy A50 and M40. Here is the Motorola One Vision quick review.
Let’s first discuss its design and features then we will talk a little bit what would be the response of India users for this newly launched phone.
Motorola one vision Design
Well! you will not find a wow factor in this phone rather reasonable things as per the price wise. All the phones that are available with similar design with hole camera are expensive than Motorola vision One, thus this could be an option for those want a flashy kind of stuff in budget.
It bears a 6.3-inch 21:9 IPS screen, of course, it is not OLED, and don’t expect it all, as its price is screaming that. But we can’t overlook Samsung Galaxy A50 and M40 with the almost same price with better display and specifications.
The metal back side is of Corning Gorilla Glass glass with shiny blue colour just like Huawei phones but less shiny and prone to fingerprints too. Sometimes, it is a reason why the companies provide silicon cover inside the box of phone, to save the phone from such bad visual impacts. It is available in Sapphire and Bronze.
The fingerprint sensor placed on the back with the Motorola’s logo looks quite nice and is easy to access using fingers unless you don’t have small hands. Apart from it for security Face unlock is also available.
The sides have a curvy design where the colour of the handset also reflects a light blue shade as compared to the main back body’s centre position.
At the front side of the phone, you will find a 6.3-inch screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio Full HD display 2,520 x 1,080 pixels (432ppi) that is promoting by Motorola with a term “CinemaVision“. If you look at the below image you will see the front camera punched in the screen which appears slightly bigger than its competitors. The front earpiece still able to make its place over the display in Centre.
Although the company underlining the 21:9 aspect ratio of the phone, well, I was wondering the market is still has a lack of content that could take benefit of such a stretched screen. But that not an issue in near future for sure there would be an abundance of that. Moreover, in personal view, the punch hole is more distracting than a notch especially while watching so-called 21:9 aspect ratio videos. The screen is bright and in our shot usage was quite satisfied with the price it comes.
Coming to the bottom of the phone that comprised with TYPE -C USB, single speaker grill and microphone. Don’t worry about the 3.5mm audio jack, the company hasn’t dropped it and it is on the top edge.
Motorola One Vision also offers dust and water resistance under an IP52 rating which is a very great addition by the company for a mid-range smartphone.
Motorola one vision Camera
Aforementioned, one the USP of the phone is a 48MP camera which features optical image stabilization and quad-pixel sensor. The camera at back is dual and to assist the main 48MP sensor, a 5MP sensor is also there to sense the depth for a photo.
Talking about the front punched hole camera, it is of 25MP again with quad pixel to improve the overall brightness and sharpness of the selfies.
The company also stated that the Motorola One Vision has ‘AI‘ photography feature which automatically detects the light and environment and switched to modes such as Landscape, Night Vision, food mode etc while shooting. Motorola One Vision also has the ability to sense the smile of a face and if that feature is ON, it only captures an image when everyone is smiling. Few modes and features of the camera are High res zoom, Google lens5, Live filters, Cutout, Cinemagraph, Slow motion video, Time-lapse video, hyper-lapse video and panorama.
Another thing which is emphasized by the company is Night Vision4 mode, they said it lets us capture clear images even under very dark situations by automatically adding extra light to it. However, it does not seem very innovative features becuase lots of smartphone companies have such features in their products. Yet, we can’t comment on the exact photo quality unless we don’t review it thoroughly, thus wait for the camera samples.
Motorola one vision is running on Samsung Exynos 9609 processor bound with 4GB of RAM and 128GB internal storage. The internal storage free to use is 116GB and can be expanded further using a MicroSD card in a hybrid SIM card tray up to 512GB. We don’t have the benchmarks scores yet but as soon as we procure after testing we will publish them.
The smartphone is running on Android 9 and under Android One, the company assures that the user will get major upgrades for three years. The user would not find any problem in terms of operating OS since it is not customized and offers a real native taste of Android. Yet, some minor customization or additions are there such as Motorola signature gestures like using of three fingers to capture a screenshot; shaking of the phone to turn on camera and torch and it definitely would prove useful in speedy movements of life.
Whatever we mentioned above to power them, the company has given 3500mAh battery in Motorola One Vision which as per the Geekbench battery test can give 6 hours and 3 minutes. To charge the phone it comes with 15W TurboPower charger, its fast charging provides 7hours of power in 15 minutes claimed by the company only.
The selling of Sapphire Motorola one vision will start 27th June onwards on Flipkart while Bronze variant will available later.
Being a trustful brand and one of the oldest indeed the response of Indian users would be positive. It is not only becuase of trust but the specification and features that are available at a reasonable price.
Verdict for quick Motorola One Vision analysation
Indeed, nothing is innovative there, yet, available in poised proportion including the price which makes it a tough contender for other smartphones available in a mid-range. Up to now, we can’t comment whether it is a good option for camera lovers but overall it seems to be a good option but still, the user should first prefer Samsung Galaxy A50 and M40, first.
Hence, wait for our full review.