When it comes to affordability, Moto G7 is best choice. But when you are conscious about specs and camera Motorola’s One Vision is premium choice. The Moto G7 series is one of the best options for you if you’re looking for an affordable yet respectably spec oriented phone. But what if your main focus is a good-looking phone and a strong camera you then Motorola’s One Vision will replace it.
Motorola One Vision is the first flagship to sport a hole-punch display, and also brings a lot of new things for Motorola in many different aspects. The design s somewhat similar to Moto G7 but specs are tottaly different.
Motorola’s One Vision
This time Motorola come up with a bigger phone, its 6.3-inch LCD screen has a 21:9 aspect ratios, perfect for movies. Well, Motorola calls the display CinemaVision. It’s not the sharpest panel in the world (1080 x 2520), especially at this size, but this is by no means a flagship-tier phone. The other instantly noticeable thing about the front is that circular cutout for the selfie camera.
On the other hand, it’s also the only Motorola phone to ditch the now-traditional screen notch in favor of a hole-punch. This allows a 25-megapixel front-facing camera peer through the display. The company says that it is using “QuadPixel” technology. So, One Vision treats clusters of four pixels on the sensor as a single, bigger pixel for improved clarity and low-light performance.
The camera has optical image stabilization plus a dedicate Night Mode. And like a lot of other Android phones out right now, Motorola’s camera software has some AI tricks as well. The Motorola One Vision comes with the latest Android 9 Pie software on board.
Coming to other aspects, Motorola is using an octa-core Samsung Exynos 9609 chipset and 4GB of RAM. The rest of the spec sheet is pretty standard: the One Vision is only available with 128GB of storage. Other features include a 3,500mAh battery into some handsome bronze and sapphire bodies.