The Motorola One The original did not turn out to be what the company expected, resulting in low sales and the device going through without penalty or glory. Now the classic company is willing to try again with the One Vision, device that completely renews what we saw on the phone mentioned above.
The first big news is that Now we find a 6.3 inch FHD + screen with 21: 9 aspect ratio, creating a cinematic experience to better consume the content. We also found a cut in the upper left corner, where we can see the front camera of the device.
Motorola also ensures that now we can take photos at night like never before, both with the rear camera and the front camera. The technology behind this is that the pixels will change in size depending on the light, which will allow you to have excellent quality images both during the day and in low light.
Inside we also see a 3500mAh battery, which – according to the manufacturer – will last all day with heavy use, while we can have up to 7 hours of use with 15 minutes of charging. On the other hand, the base model includes 128GB of internal storage, which will undoubtedly make all users who opt for it happy.
Another of the classic novelties is that will have secured support up to Android R, adding security updates for up to three years. The base comes with Android 9 Pie, but we will surely see the update to Q very soon after its official launch.
The Motorola One Vision is available from today in Brazil and will arrive very soon in Mexico, being followed by several other countries in Latin America in the coming months. Most likely Chile will be one of the elected, although again we will have to question the price before saying if it will be a good option or will have the same life as its predecessor.