New Motorola One Action with action camera
Although expected for the IFA in Berlin, Motorola has made official today its new mid-range smartphone, the Motorola One Action, a device designed for those who want to use the camera in situations of extreme movement.
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This terminal is a variant of the Motorola One Vision although it claims to have what the company has called an action camera.
Motorola One Action Features
- Processor – Samsung Exynos 9609.
- RAM: 4GB.
- Internal: 128 GB
- SD card: yes
- Size: 6.3 inches, LCD.
- Resolution: 2520 × 1080 pixels.
- Ratio: 21: 9.
- Rear camera.
- Main: 12 Mpx, f / 1.8, PDAF.
- 5 Mpx depth sensor.
- Action camera with wide angle and Quad Pixel technology, f / 2.2.
- Front camera.
- Resolution: 13 Mpx.
- Dimensions: 160.1 x 71.2 x 9.15 mm
- Weight: 176 g.
- Drums: 3500 mAh
- Android version: One 9 Pie.
Three cameras, including one action
Motorola has launched this terminal with a clear focus: young people. It is they who often want to record moving video, playing sports or dancing. For this, the company has implemented what it has called Action Cam, a rear camera with wide angle and sensor with Pixel Bining technology, which allows to capture more detail and more light.
In addition, it will be possible to record horizontally even by picking up the phone vertically as seen in the image above, which means that we can better grab the terminal without fear of falling out. This is something that all manufacturers could copy, it is a great ideal.
A standard mid-range hardware
The rest of the phone is up to expectations with a Samsung Exynos 9609 processor, 4 GB of RAm and 128 GB of internal memory and a perforated 6.3-inch screen to include the front camera of 12 Mpx.
The battery is 3500 mAh and has a fast charge of 10 W. The Android version is pure, it is Android One, in variant 9, the last stable until within a few days Android 10 comes to light.
Price and availability
The Motorola One Action will cost 279 euros and will reach European markets in late August, probably just before the German IFA.