Motorola has launched a new smartphone in India today at an event in New Delhi – the One Vision. The smartphone made its debut at an event in Brazil on 17th May, and it is already on sale in a few other countries. The Motorola One Vision is a mid-range smartphone, and a what sets the One Vision apart from most other smartphones in the price range is that the device has a punch-hole display, and unlike most other smartphones in the segment, the One Vision features an Exynos chipset. Let us have a closer look at the specifications of the One Vision, and also its price in India.
Motorola One Vision Price in India
Just like that in other markets around the globe, the Motorola One Vision has launched in India in only one variant – 4GB RAM + 128GB storage. And it costs INR 19,999.
The Motorola One Vision will be available exclusively on Flipkart, and according to the brand, the smartphone will go on sale next week. The brand, unfortunately, didn’t announce the exact sale date.
Motorola One Vision Specifications
The Motorola One Vision is the first smartphone from the brand to feature a punch-hole display. Moreover, it is one of the very few smartphones featuring the punch-hole display in the segment. The screen measures 6.3-inches, uses LTPS IPS LCD technology, and it has a Full HD+ resolution, and Corning Gorilla Glass protection.
Most other smartphones in the segment feature a Qualcomm or MediaTek chipset, but unlike them, the One Vision features an Exynos chipset – the Exynos 9609. The SoC has an octa-core CPU and Mali-G72 MP3 GPU. In India, as well as, in most other countries, the Motorola One Vision comes in only one memory configuration – 4GB RAM + 128GB storage. The smartphone comes loaded with Android 9 Pie OS, and as the name of the device suggests, it is an Android One smartphone.
The Motorola One Vision features a dual-camera setup at the rear, which has a 48MP primary sensor with phase-detection autofocus and OIS, and 5MP depth-sensor. While there are smartphones in the same price range which feature a 48MP camera, none of them are equipped with an OIS, making the Motorola One Vision the first smartphone to offer it in the segment. The 48MP primary camera features 4K video recording as well. The front-facing camera of the Motorola One Vision is a 25MP unit.
The smartphone packs a 3500mAh battery, which isn’t quite as large as that in most other smartphones in the price range. And then, there’s the Exynos chipset, which is known to suck more power compared to the Qualcomm chipsets. So, don’t expect the One Vision to offer a spectacular battery backup. The smartphone, however, comes with 15W fast charging, so that’s something to aid the battery life experience of the device.
In terms of connectivity, the Motorola One Power features dual-SIM, dual-VoLTE, dual-band Wi-Fi ac, Bluetooth v5,0, GPS, USB Type-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack. The smartphone has a rear glass panel, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, and the device is also splash resistant.