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Tech & ScienceThe Motorola One Vision has a 21:9 screen and looks less like an iPhone clone

19:15  15 may  2019
19:15  15 may  2019 Source:   msn.com

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The One Vision has a 21 : 9 display and 48-megapixel camera. These are things that no other Moto phone has at the moment, and that also carries over to the 48-megapixel camera. Now, much like the new OnePlus 7 Pro, you’re not going to actually save 48-megapixel images to your camera roll.

It has a 21 : 9 “ultra wide” screen aspect ratio you normally find only in monitors or cinemas. The 21 : 9 screen aspect ratio is more common in the film world This screen is practically the selling point of the Oukitel U18, especially considering how much it looks like an iPhone X. Except a little taller.

The Motorola One Vision has a 21:9 screen and looks less like an iPhone clone © Image: Motorola

Motorola is introducing a new member to its lineup of Motorola One handsets today, but it won’t come to the United States. Still, the new One Vision deviates from Motorola’s current smartphone family to such a degree that it’s worth highlighting.

Its 6.3-inch LCD screen has a 21:9 aspect ratio that’s perfect for movies, a trend that Sony recently joined in on. Motorola calls the display CinemaVision. It’s not the sharpest panel in the world (1080 x 2520), especially at this size, but this is by no means a flagship-tier phone. The other instantly noticeable thing about the front is that circular cutout for the selfie camera. (Previous Motorola One phones had a very iPhone X-like notch.)

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The Motorola One Vision will be sold in Latin America, China, and other international markets, though apart from China we’re not entirely sure where the device will be sold. We’ll likely see this smartphone sold in countries like India and Brazil, given that the former is where Motorola fully detailed the

The Motorola One Vision will come with a 21 : 9 display having a resolution of 2520 x 1080 pixels. XDA's source didn't reveal the size of the display, but thanks to previously leaked renders of P40 and the fact that One Vision is expected to launch as P40 in China, we expect a 6.2-inch screen .

The Motorola One Vision has a 21:9 screen and looks less like an iPhone clone © Image: Motorola

These are things that no other Moto phone has at the moment, and that also carries over to the 48-megapixel camera. Now, much like the new OnePlus 7 Pro, you’re not going to actually save 48-megapixel images to your camera roll. Instead, Motorola outputs 12-megapixel photos through its “QuadPixel” method of combining four pixels into one larger 1.6µm pixel. Motorola claims this results in “four times the light sensitivity” and less noise in your final images. (The secondary lens is only there to capture depth data, which I’ll always insist is a complete waste.)

The camera has optical image stabilization plus a dedicate Night Mode, and like a lot of other Android phones out right now, Motorola’s camera software has some AI tricks: there’s a portrait lighting mode that uses machine learning to apply effects, an option to automatically snap a shot when people are smiling, and a “smart composition mode.”

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The " iPhone X clone " similarities really come down to just a couple areas: the One With the larger screen and ridiculously big 5000mAh battery, the One Power is really heavy — but the Inexpensive phones, like the Motorola One and One Power, have always had simple hardware with little visual

The Motorola One Vision has just leaked out entirely in a new press render which showcases the smartphone's tall 21 : 9 display and camera cutout. To achieve the latter, Motorola has implemented a circular display cutout in the top-left corner of the panel – the implementation is similar to Samsung’s

The Motorola One Vision has a 21:9 screen and looks less like an iPhone clone © Image: Motorola

The Vision’s front-facing camera has a 25-megapixel sensor, which is a pretty dramatic uptick compared to other smartphones. You’ll only get shots at maximum resolution when in good lighting, however. In darker conditions, the selfie camera lowers that resolution to prioritize a better exposure.

This is a decidedly midrange device, so the specs are befitting of that. The One Vision is powered by a Samsung Exynos 9609 processor, and it has 4GB of RAM. You get 128GB of storage, which is very nice for the price, and support for expandable storage. Its battery capacity is 3,500mAh. The “One” in Motorola One means that this device runs Android One, a near-stock version of the operating system with promised software and security updates for three years.

The Motorola One Vision is available beginning today in Brazil for €299 RRP. Next week, it’ll launch in Mexico, followed by other countries in Latin America and Europe over the next several months. The US is unlikely to join that list, but the One Vision points to a new trajectory in design that might find its way to other upcoming Motorola phones that eventually do.

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We're not even halfway through 2019, but Motorola already has a handful of notable hardware launches under its belt. For its next trick, the Lenovo-owned brand is trotting out a fascinating, inexpensive smartphone — the Motorola One Vision — for markets around the world. Normally, we wouldn't fuss much about a mid-range Motorola phone, let alone one we can't buy, but the One Vision is so unusually ambitious that we can't help but pay attention. Haven't heard of the Motorola One series before? We can't blame you — to date, none of those devices have ever landed in the US, and the One Vision won't either.

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