While the market is coming to terms with inflated smartphone prices, many have forgotten that there are still made in America affordable devices. The Motorola one vision is one such budget device announced by the American smartphone maker earlier last month.
Key selling features is imaging which it touts a dual camera setup comprising of the same 48 MP found on the Motorola Moto Z4 plus an additional 5 MP depth sensor. The 48 MP main snapper is empowered with artificial intelligence, Quad Pixel technology that combines four pixels into one large 1.6 µm pixel to deliver 4 times the light sensitivity, Optical Image Stabilization and a new Nigh Vision mode (also found on the Motorola Moto Z4) to boot.
Other details include Exynos 9606 octacore 2.2 GHz processor, 4 GB RAM, 128 GB UFS 2.1 storage, expandable storage via microSD card (supports up to 1 TB), a 6.3-inch Full HD Cinema Vision display (21:9 aspect ratio, 1,080 x 2,520 pixels), 2.5D curved glass, a “hole punched” 25 MP selfie camera (also featuring Quad Pixel technology), 4K video recording, physical fingerprint sensor, hybrid dual SIM, a non-removable 3,500 mAh battery with TurboPower charging (15 minutes charge for 7 hours of use), USB Type-C port, built-in FM radio, 3.5 mm headphone jack, dual-band WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, and IP52 certified, making it dust proof and splash resistant.
Out-of-the-box, Motorola one vision is an Android One device and as such, it runs on Android 9.0 Pie-based Android One OS. It is available as we speak in Brazil, Mexico and EU markets followed by select countries in Latin America in coming month (which is this month?).
It is also available in Saudi Arabia and Thailand now, plus select countries in Asia, Middle East and Australia will also usher in the device “in coming months.” Meanwhile, we found out that the Motorola one vision selling on Amazon for $398.99 even though we did not find listed in the American website. So, if you want it, you now know where to find one.