Motorola brings the first-ever phone with true cinematic proportions
Bangalore, July 1 2019: Thanks to low Internet tariffs plus a range of affordable portable devices and the popularity of streaming entertainment, India is consuming content like never before. The quality may be debatable, but we are arguably the largest consumers of video and social media content in the world. This trend pushes device makers to optimize the viewing experience and here, the aspect ratio and screen size plays an important role. Motorola, with its latest handset, seems to have got it spot on. The Motorola One Vision is the first phone to be launched in India with a 21:9 screen, which is closest to the ratio of a wide cinema screen. The company has not neglected key aspect of cinematic experience: It has incorporated Dolby speakers for immersive surround sound.
To ensure that you have unhindered viewing experience, One Vision has the front camera embedded in-screen. The 25 MP front camera module dynamically adjusts pixel sizes and gives you the choice of images at various qualities. Night photography in this camera is good, and is amplified with a good bokeh mode. The primary 48 MP quad pixel sensor comes with Optical Image Stabilization for better image and video performance, along with an impressive Night Vision mode, which needs almost no lighting to capture an image. The fact that the Motorola One Vision is Android One means it comes pre-built with Google Lens and Google Assistant and ensures the fastest Android updates.
Powered by the Exynos 9609 processor, the 6.3 inches full HD+ device comes with a 3500 mAh battery and a 15W fast charger out of the box. Along with AI-driven Moto gestures and UI experiences, the Motorola One Vision takes your content viewing experience to the next level, while giving you the safety net of Android One. For this rare combination, the price of Rs. 19, 999 (4 GB + 128 GB) is rather attractive. VISHNU ANAND