Motorola One Vision latest leaked images emerged on the internet today, the images show the all new Moto One Vision in it’s full glory. Credit goes to the WinFuture for publishing the images on the internet. Motorola after releasing the devices with notched display, this time it goes side by side with the 2019’s trends. The Motorola One Vision features a pinch hole camera in the display and almost bezel less from all sides. Its specifications list is interesting to see as well, the device is equipped with Samsung’s home made Exynos 9609 chipset the same chipset we use to see on Samsung’s own devices. Motorola has further pushed the camera limits, the Motorola One Vision comes with a whopping 48 megapixels.
Motorola One Vision specifications and price:
|Dimensions:||160.1 x 71.2 x 8.7mm, 180g|
|Display:||6.3-Inch CinemaVision LCD (2520×1080) at 432ppi|
|Main Camera:||48MP, f/1.7 Aperture, Auto-Focus with OIS|
|Selfie Camera:||25MP, f2.0 Aperture|
|Hardware:||4GB RAM, octa-core 2.2GHz Samsung Exynos 9609|
|Connectivity:||3.5mm headphone jack, Dual SIM LTE, Bluetooth v5.0, NFC, USB Type-C and Wi-Fi AC,|
|Storage:||128GB internal storage + microSD card slot|
|OS:||Android 9.0 Pie|
The Motorola One Vision is tagged as Android One device, so we can expect faster firmware updates for being under the umbrella of Android One program. The display on the device carries the “Cinema Vision” branding, because it’s the ratio of the display 21:9 that matches most of the films. Well, it’s been a few days left for Motorola to unveil this amazing new phone on May 16th, so we can see the real performance of the player in the ground for the first time. The 48MP camera on the device brings an advanced night mode feature for taking great images in night time and the low light conditions. The whole hardware is powered by a 3,500mAh battery and it will cost around €299 once it is launched in Europe.
Conclusion! What we feel about this new device is that Motorola has done an amazing job regarding the design of the device but we are really concerned about the internals of the device. We understand the company has preferred to install the Exynos chip for a good purpose, but considering the overall design and premium specifications it would have been more awesome if Motorola had used the Snapdragon series 800 chip set on the device, because Exynos cannot out perform Snapdragon in all aspects! Give us your feedback, what are your reviews about the device.