Meet the new motorola one vision. Picture brilliance

The Motorola One Vision punch-hole camera

Motorola One Vision brings 21:9 display, 48MP camera and Exynos chipset - GSMArena.com news

In brighter, daylight situations, users will be able to take full 25 MP selfies, while in more demanding scenarios, pixel binning will kick off, leaving you with 6 MP shots of supposedly better quality. Recently, we have seen a few leaks about the Motorola P40 smartphone.

At the front we have a 6.3-inch FHD+ display of the super tall 21:9 ratio.

Motorola announced a new Android One-powered device this week, the One Vision, except U.S. buyers won't find it on their favorite retailer's shelves. The top edge of the handset is home to a 3.5mm headphone jack. The rear also houses the classic Moto circular dimple with a built-in fingerprint reader. That placement may prove annoying when you have the phone sat on a desk next to you though. So now, you can take your handsome selfies.

The Motorola One Vision comes with the latest Android 9 Pie software on board, and it's a part of the Android One program, so you know it's set to keep getting updates for at least two years as well as monthly security upgrades for three. Also, while it has up to 128GB of universal flash storage built in, you can add microSD cards up to 512GB for even more room.

Don't think a phone called Vision just stops with a neat display, either. On the power front, Motorola has equipped the Moto One Vision with a respectable 3500 mAh battery that supports 15W fast charging with the TurboPower charger (included in the box). That's "up to 7 hours battery time" in 15 minutes, just so long as you start with a zero-percent, completely empty battery. Mexico will see the phone become available next week. 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.

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.

Perhaps the most impressive feature is called Night Vision, which is similar to the Night Mode we saw a year ago on the Google Pixel 3, where it can flood the sensor with light to ensure much better photography at night. They've focused on a night-shot-like feature.

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