The Motorola One Vision is a smartphone that the company has already launched in the Brazil market and is now brought to India. The highlight of this phone is the Sony Xperia-like rectangular design with an aspect ratio of 21:9. As the name suggests, it is an Android One offering and is a budget or mid-segment smartphone.
The display is 6.3 inches in size and IPS LCD in type. As mentioned, the aspect ratio is 21:9, with a hole-punch and not a notch, to house the front camera. There is a fingerprint sensor in the rear panel that has been accommodated within the Motorola dimple. Motorola has chosen an Exynos chipset 9609 from Samsung as the main processor for this One Vision phone. The RAM support is 4GB with the internal storage pegged at 128GB. As mentioned, this is an Android One smartphone with the lighter version of the latest OS Android Pie being the base.
The camera section in the rear has a dual 48MP+5MP dual sensor combination. The 48MP camera appears to have become a default primary sensor on smartphones these days across brands. The Motorola One Vision smartphone comes with the Pixel Binning technology to support the rear as well as the front cameras. The front camera is 25MP. There is a 3,500mAh battery with a 15W TurboPower charging facility
The smartphone has been priced in India quite competitively at Rs 19,999 and will go on sale on June 27 on Flipkart.
The Motorola One Vision will take on the likes of Galaxy A50 and Redmi Note 7 Pro in India, it is expected.