The Motorola One Vision is launched at Rs 19,999
In a bid to regain its share in the extremely competitive smartphone market, older brands like Samsung and Motorola are trying to capture eyeballs by refurbishing their old midrange line-up with Galaxy M and Galaxy A series and now with phones like One Vision.
The Motorola One Vision is launched at Rs 19,999 and aims to jostle with phones like Samsung Galaxy M40, Xiaomi Poco F1 and other phones under the Rs 20,000 bracket in the extremely competitive market space. If we take a look at the specifications, the One Vision phone has made all the right moves. For starters, it catches the eye with a 48-megapixel rear camera which has a night-mode, as well as a 25-megapixel selfie camera, and 4GB RAM. There is, however, one big differentiating factor with the Motorola One Vision – the 21:9 full HD+ display which has a punch-hole perched at the top left corner; it is very hard to miss. Also, the aspect ratio measures 19:9 and this makes it seem taller than its competitors.
Also, it is very well known that Motorola’s “Cinema Vision” display is the perfect fit for streaming videos and other multimedia content. However, there could have been a few improvements made in the in-screen camera. They are quite cumbersome and a little off-putting.
As far as the software and operating system are concerned, Android lovers will find the interface on the Motorola One Vision very impressive. It offers stock Android Pie out-of-the-box. Also, there a few custom features which include the three-finger screenshot on the phone as well. The phone is powered by Samsung’s 9609 chip; however, it lags when we try to launch key apps like camera etc.
Also, if you try to click pictures in special modes, the image processing is quite slow. As far as the 48-megapixel rear camera and its night mode are concerned, there are mixed results with the quality of the images.