Motorola One Vision Review of Pros And Cons

Picture of the Motorola One Vision, by Motorola

- Analysis by KJ David


As you may have guessed from its moniker, the Motorola One Vision is an upscale large-screen smartphone whose defining pro is its 6.3-inch 2520 x 1080 FHD+ LTPS 21:9 display , which was one of the widest screen setups on the market as we were checking out its specs. Its expansive aspect ratio could translate to a better grip and viewing experience versus those of some competing smartphones that offer similar screen real estates, but have less-extensive solutions (usually only 16:9 or 18:9).

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Regrettably, however, the One Vision is not as competitive when it comes to hardware, running on a middle-class 2.2GHz eight-core Exynos 9609 processor that fails to measure up to the engines powering the leading octa-core models listed here on Phonerated when it comes to raw clock rate. Its 4GB RAM count winds up as a con in our book as well, knowing that a few tantamount smartphones pack at least 6GB on that front.

Photography-wise, the One Vision lines itself up with some of the best imaging-driven smartphones of its era, boasting a 48- plus 5-megapixel dual camera . Its imaging pros and cons include Motorola's Quad Pixel technology , which combines four pixels into one large 1.6-micron pixel as a means of rendering crisp images, and a UHD (2160p) video-recording mode.

Its front-facing camera, which sits on a corner of the display (instead of on a distinct screen notch), sounds promising as well, coming in the form of a 25-megapixel selfie cam , with Cinemagraph leading its perks.

We also find it easy to appreciate this One model's 128GB memory expandable by up to 512GB , seeing that several tantamount large-screen models available at the time of this data-driven review settle for 256GB top-up storage ceilings only. Also, its array of pros and cons relies on a tolerable 3500mAh battery that's decked out with the brand's 15W TurboPower charging technology, promising to replenish up to 7 hours of usage time after a 15-minute charge.

With an IP52-rated water-repellent housing and a 3D Gorilla Glass backing topping it off, the Motorola One Vision makes for a solid choice for high-tier Android buyers who prefer wide displays and highly-competitive cameras.

** This phone is also known as: Motorola Vision


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