The month of May is jam-packed with smartphone launches and one of them happens to be the Motorola One Vision. It arrives with a 6.3 inch display and a 21:9 aspect ratio that allows you to watch videos better than ever before.
The phone comes with Android Pie, features a headphone jack and 4GB of RAM with 128GB worth of storage. Under the hood: a Samsung Exynos 9610 chipset and a 3.500mAh battery.
Turn it around and you’ll find a 48MP main sensor on the back – it uses pixel binning and can combine them into 12MP images which should, in theory, make the photos more detailed and less noisy. Alongside that main sensor, there’s also a 5MP depth sensor that allows you to create that nice and sweet bokeh depth effect we have all grown to love.
But the cameras are the stars of the show on this smartphone so the surprises don’t end here: the Motorola One Vision’s camera tools include a Night Vision shooting mode as well as an AI that will help the users identify various scenes and self-adjust the settings for them in order to deliver the best picture quality.
The 25MP selfie camera is hosted in a punch hole design and, just like the rear cameras, it features portrait lighting modes.
The phone comes in Bronze and Sapphire color options and will sell globally, but not in the U.S or Canada.
Instead, you can grab it in Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Mexico. From mid-May, the phone will also be available in Europe, Asia and Australia, with a 299 Euro ($336) price tag.