Motorola One Vision comes along with cinema-like 21:nine display, 48MP camera & An Exynos processor #One_VisionMay 16, 2019
Most modern smartphones, including popular models like the iPhone XS or Galaxy S10, come with aspect ratios of anywhere between 18:9 and 19.5:9, already making them impressively tall (or wide, depending on the orientation).However, Moto argues that there’s place under the sun for an even more stretched display, its argument being that many blockbuster movies and even some TV shows are shot precisely in that 21:9 format.
So whether or not the 21:9 display will make sense for you will largely depend on whether you’re more of a movies person or a YouTube person when it comes to consuming video on your phone.
Motorola has installed a promising, 48 MP camera on the rear of the One Vision.
The idea behind this humongous resolution is not to let users take 48 MP photos, but to utilize a technology that Motorola calls Quad Pixel , but is more commonly known as pixel binning.
This technology means that you’ll be taking 12 MP photos with the One Vision’s camera, but those photos will be benefiting from better light sensitivity, thanks to pixel binning (or Quad Pixel).
The 25 MP front camera will also be benefiting from pixel binning, if the environment demands it.
The popular, recently released Google Pixel 3a and 3a XL smartphones (starting at $399) feature the Snapdragon 670, which is negligibly faster than what you’ll get inside the Motorola One Vision.Powering the mid-range processor inside the One Vision will be a 3500 mAh battery, capable of fast charging.
Motorola has long been a proponent of clean Android software, and the One Vision is no exception.
All this means that the software experience and user interface you’ll find running on it will be extremely close to stock Android (and Google’s Pixel phones).
More importantly, Motorola is promising to deliver two major Android updates to the One Vision: the upcoming Android 10 Q and next year’s Android 11 R. This surely is great to know for consumers interested in the One Vision.
The Motorola One Vision, or the Motorola P40 as it would be known in China, is reportedly coming with a 6.2″ display with a punch hole on the top left corner for the front camera. The phone will have a dual rear camera setup, of which the primary shooter will be marketed as 48MP, even though Motorola will employ a QCFA (Quad Color Filter Array) for better noise reduction and per-pixel details for its default picture-tak…