Motorola has finally and officially launched a new smartphone.
We expect the newly launched Motorola One Vision to be launched as Motorola P50 in China.
Following yesterday's launch in Brazil, the Chinese arm of Motorola has teased the launch of a new smartphone in the country for June. Most phones today use artificial intelligence to anticipate the needs of users and this one doesn't disappoint. The phone has been a favorite subject lately and we've seen the color options plus more image renders before the official launch. Let's dive in and see what the Motorola One Vision has in store for us.
At the front we have a 6.3-inch FHD+ display of the super tall 21:9 ratio. It's a pity; this phone has some powerful features for a device in this price range, including a 25-megapixel selfie camera and a rare Samsung processor. The rear also houses the classic Moto circular dimple with a built-in fingerprint reader.
Take sharp selfies with the 25MP selfie camera.
Curiously, all of these AI features - plus the typically clean build of Android One - are powered by an octa-core Samsung Exynos 9609 chipset and 4GB of RAM.
"Probably the most interesting feature of the One Vision, aside from its name, is the ultra-wide 6.3" IPS LCD display that has an aspect ratio of 21:9.
There's 128GB of storage here by default, and then you've got the opportunity to put a 512GB microSD card in for any extra room you're looking for.
On the software front, the smartphone runs on Android 9.0 (Pie) operating system out-of-the-box and it is backed up by 3500mAh battery with 15W TurboPower fast charging. Mexico will see the phone become available next week. Motorola claims the One Vision will offer seven hours of battery with 15 minutes of charge.
The manufacturer is also bringing a few camera tricks to the phone, including a Night Vision mode (its take on Night Sight and night mode), portrait lighting, and auto-smile capture.
The device boasts a 48MP rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and Night Vision mode. The rear view isn't entirely shown in the poster, it is, however, likely to carry over the dual cam on the One vision including the 48-megapixel sensor which outputs 12-megapixel photos through its "QuadPixel" method of combining four pixels into one larger 1.6µm pixel.