Lenovo’s Motorola has unveiled a new smartphone today as part of the Motorola One lineup. It’s quite different from the current lineup from the company so it’s certainly unique in its own right. The Motorola One Vision features a 6.3 inch LCD display. It’s a rather tall display with a 21:9 aspect ratio. Such tall displays are great for watching movies.


You’ll find a Samsung Exynos 9609 processor under the hood with 4GB of RAM so it’s a bonafide mid-range device. There’s also 128GB of storage. The 6.3 inch LCD display with its 1080×2520 pixel resolution won’t be the sharpest panel at this size but given the price range in which it sits, that’s not going to be a cause for concern to customers.

There’s a 48 megapixel rear camera alongside a 5 megapixel depth sensor. A 25 megapixel punch hole camera performs the selfie duties up front. Some software-based camera features include auto-smile capture, portrait lighting, and Night Vision. That’s Motorola’s take on Google’s Night Sight.

Based on the Android One program, the Motorola One Vision is available in select markets across the globe starting today for €299. Unfortunately, it won’t be coming to the United States. Other Motorola smartphones based on this formula may arrive in the country, though, but that’s just speculation right now.

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