Motorola One Vision with a 48MP camera, 21:9 hole punch display launches in India for ₹19,999June 20, 2019
n the context of India, Motorola can be best described as the company that inaugurated the entry of price-effective smartphones when it introduced the OG Moto G in the country back in 2014. Backed by Motorola’s popularity in India from yesteryears of non-smart mobile phones, it sold like hot cakes. But with the eventual entry of Chinese brands like Xiaomi, Motorola succumbed to the competition and is now reduced to only a very small percentage of the market share. This hasn’t stopped the company from innovating and experimenting but since the average Indian consumer would easily trade exciting features like the support Moto mods for practicality, the has been realigning its priorities for the country. Last year, Motorola brought the Motorola One Power with a large 5,000mAh battery, a durable metal build, Snapdragon 636 and an attractive price. Next in line of Motorola’s Android One devices is the Motorola One Vision, which comes with a more premium design, 48MP camera, an unusually tall hole punch display.
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The first striking aspect of the Motorola One Vision is its 21:9 Full HD+ hole punch display. This towering display grants the Motorola One Vision a distinctive length-to-breadth ratio, which should allow the users to grip the smartphone easily with a single hand. Motorola says that the ultra-wide “CinemaVision” display will offer an immersive movie-viewing experience to users. The hole punch on the top left corner of this display eliminates the requirement of a notch, still leaving a lot of room for the cinematic experience that Motorola has been vouching for. The display is protected under Gorilla Glass but the version is not specified.
The next major highlight of the smartphone is in its name itself. The Motorola One Vision features a 48MP primary camera sensor with OIS. The Camera app, which is by Motorola itself, comes with AI scene optimizations, high-res zoom, a Night Vision mode, a host of portrait lighting effects. The sensor in use is the Samsung ISOCELL GM1 which is paired with an f/1.7 lens and supports 4-in-1 pixel binning technology for images with better lighting. On the front, there’s a 25MP sensor inside the hole punch which also supports Motorola’s Quad Pixel (pixel binning) tech for richer details in low light.