The Motorola One Vision is the next big launch for the brand Motorola and the company has been going quite steady in the mid-range and entry-level models. The Moto G series and the Moto Z series have both been embraced by buyers around the globe. They provide good price to performance ratio combined with reliable performance and overall premium feel which helps push sales.
While brands like Samsung and Apple are cutting down costs to boost sales, Huawei, Motorola and Xiaomi which sell phones already in the said price range are going steady for the past few years. The Motorola One Vision seems like a promising phone to start because it will obviously be a mid-range device if we are to go by the hardware specifications that got leaked online.
Everything about this phone including its specs looks impressive so far and if the pricing is done right, Motorola would have found a clear winner for 2019. According to the leak which showcases the One Vision smartphone with the specs printed on a sticker on top of it, the Android One handset sports a large 6.3-inch display. The best part is obviously there is no notch on this phone and it is going with the punch-hole camera similar to how many other manufacturers have embraced the technology in recent times.
The display will be 6.3-inches with full HD resolution and CinemaVision technology to provide deeper blacks combined with better contrast ratio. Motorola has not been the best in the camera department which we hope might change this year with their newer models. This particular phone sports a 25-megapixel selfie camera in the front while the rear end is dominated by a massive 48 MP camera. It uses optical image stabilization and AI to provide the best quality pictures as well as videos when you shoot using it.
The Moto One Vision will provide a generous 128 GB of storage space so that you can keep all your files stored at once and uses Android One which helps retain the Vanilla Android experience that makes the Pixel phones so popular. Under the hood, it is said to be powered by Exynos 9609 or the 9610 chipset which is yet to be officially confirmed. The 2.2 GHz octa-core processor will be supported by 4 GB of RAM and it will have 3,500 mAh battery to provide all-day battery life.
The pricing of the device is expected to be about 299 euros and an early bird offer will get buyers the Motorola Verve earbuds. We can come up with a full review when the device is out.