Motorola’s new phone Motorola One Vision !!! Coming with a cinematic display and a smart camera package, the new model offers remarkable features that you can expect from a Motorola.
Coming with a cinematic display and a smart camera package, the new model offers remarkable features that you can expect from a Motorola. What is Motorola One Vision?
As we reach the end of the first half of 2019, Motorola is launching a new hardware launch. The brand owned by Lenovo is striving to deliver affordable and inexpensive – budget-friendly smartphones for markets around the world, the latest being the Motorola One Vision.
Normally, if you are a flagship phone user, you don’t want to be interested in the features of a mid-range phone. This model, however, has so many unusual features for a budget-friendly smartphone.
You have already heard of the Motorola One Series! In fact, among the Motorola products, the number of models quietly increased. In this sense, the company is developing its model design and features, unlike other brand models of the brand.
The Motorola One Vision is the only model with Motorola’s 6.3-inch 21: 9 CinemaVision display.
In other words, it has a longer and narrower screen for better viewing of cinema videos. It’s the only phone from Motorola that’s been freed from the Notch Screen last year on the 2018 model.
The Vision statement seems to be an expression that actually uses this to display on the screen and the rear dual camera!
The star of the show is a 48 Megapixel Samsung sensor (unlike the Sony IMX586, which we’ve seen on other phones recently), so you probably won’t use it to shoot in full – full resolution.
Motorola uses what it calls “QuadPixel” technology, which is the marketing jargon for a process that is better known in pixels. This means that One Vision detects four sets of pixels in the sensor as one and larger pixels for better clarity and low light performance.
Of course, the resulting photo is only 12 megapixels, but it looks much better than 48 megapixel raw files. In fact, you will remember this technique from its 48 Megapixel flagship features.
You also have a 5 megapixel camera on the back side, but this is to capture the depth data for use when taking portraits that are completely bokeh-filled.
We’ve seen Motorola invest more in artificial intelligence over the last two years, so it’s no surprise to see the company talking about new smart features for this rear camera.
Some are simple enough; AI shooting optimization feature, looking at the front of the camera; recommends using Portrait mode if it faces a face, or using new Night Vision mode when it is dark.
AI Shot Composition Feature When this feature is enabled, the phone can look at the photo you have just taken; If it “sees” that the image is slightly skewed, it trims and aligns the image so that it appears slightly tighter. (Of course, the phone never overwrites your original photo.)
All of these AI features are Android ONE’s only and convenient interface, working with Samsung’s Exynos 9609 processor and 4GB of RAM. Even by looking at the component selection here, we can say that Samsung has some of the most common components we’ve seen in mid-range devices. In this sense, the rest of the device is actually standard. 128GB of storage space that can be upgraded up to 512 GB with MicroSD. It has a 3.500 mAh battery and a bronze and sapphire colored body.
It will be sold first in Brazil and then touring the world in a sense with the launch of Mexico and Europe.