The phone is priced at 1,999 Brazilian Real ($499), and it is already available in the country. Of course, the trouble with stats like these is that we don't know what Motorola has in mind when it says "7 hours of use" - obviously it's not anything close to a demanding activity, but the point is there's fast charging on board, and that's always great. I think this is the most disappointing feature of the phone. But still, the Chinese owned American brand is back again with another smartphone - Motorola One Vision.
Again, you won't find this phone in the USA anytime soon, but should you be in a market where it's sold, it's a good looking device. There's no technical barrier; Motorola just doesn't think Americans want another option for a great $350 cameraphone, so there's no point even trying to sell it here. Instead, is used QuadPixel technology - as seen on the upcoming Moto Z4- to spit out 12-megapixel images that four times the light sensitivity as comparable 12-megapixel images. It has new features like Night Vision mode.
The front-facing selfie camera is a 25-megapixel camera (f/2.0), and it also supports the Quad Pixel technology. There's also a mode that crops and zooms your photos to re-compose them like they were taken by a professional photographer, and one that only takes photos when people are smiling.
It's also one of few smartphones in the market that boasts a 21:9 aspect ratio, which allows you to ditch the black bars on ultra-wide Netflix and YouTube content.Читайте также: IM Pei, Chinese-born Architectural Titan, Has Died Aged 102
Unlike the Sony phones which had thick bezels on the top and bottom, the Motorola One Vision boasts of a punch-hole screen which reduces the overall footprint of the phone. Turns out it exists, and we're delivering it all with the motorola one vision, created to maximise your view and see the world through a clearer lens. Under the hood, there is an octa-core 2.2GHz Samsung's Exynos 9609 processor which is similar to the Exynos 9610 in terms of the performance with the only difference being the clock speed (2.3GHz in case of 9610). That's very unusual; until now, only Meizu, outside Samsung itself, has taken Samsung's chipsets. What is unique about this handset, however, is that it is not powered by either a Qualcomm or a MediaTek SoC. How odd, they use an Exynos processor.
"We will continue to partner with Google to exceed software requirements and deliver monthly security updates for three years, an up-to-date OS, and a simple interface through Android One", Motorola said in its announcement. The phone isn't waterproof and doesn't have wireless charging.
Unfortunately, at this time it looks as though the Motorola One Vision is limited to Latin America, Brazil and parts of Europe for now.При любом использовании материалов сайта и дочерних проектов, гиперссылка на обязательна.
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