Motorola One Vision review

Motorola One Vision

Motorola has been making and challenging other brands by bringing midrange smartphones in the market for quite a long time now. Recently, they have launched their new smartphone in India i.e Motorola One Vision. The device has come with new design, punch-hole display, Android One programme, upgraded camera, and decent chipset under the hood. Coming at the price of Rs. 19,999, Motorola One Vision gives a good experience and is a great all-rounder. But, is it the best sub Rs. 20,000 device? Let’s check it out in the Motorola One Vision review below:

Design and Display

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The Motorola One Vision introduces a new design in the Moto family. The device comes in two color variants: Bronze and Sapphire Gradient. The device has got a curved glass and rounded edges. Honestly, the device is visually appealing and gives the gradient aesthetics. The glossy layer on the back makes it look good in hands. On the back, you get to see a fingerprint sensor, huge dual camera bump, Moto logo and Android One logo at the bottom. The Moto One Vision is comfortable to hold in hands and looks really good. As per Motorola, this device is IP52-rated and can handle water splashes very well. The bezels are thin at sides but the chin and top bezel are thick. Motorola has brought hole punch design finally which looks really great and helps in preventing the punch hole to cover the screen content.

On the right edge, you get to see the power button and volume buttons while there is a hybrid dual-SIM tray on the left. The USB-C port and speaker are located at the bottom while 3.5mm jack is on the top. You can get great discount on electronic items using Croma Coupon Code.

Coming to the display, the Motorola One Vision packs a 6.3-inch full-HD + IPS display with 1080 x 2520 pixels resolution. The display is protected with Corning Gorilla Glass 3. Talking about viewing angles, those were good and one can easily see the content on the screen in sunlight. It gives a bluish tinge to the display with muted colors. Also, the colors are but washed-out. But, the content looked sharp and it will give you a good vibe of watching movies and multimedia.


Under the hood, the Motorola One Vision has Samsung’s octa-core Exynos 9609 chipset clocked at 2.2GHZ. It is not as good as Exynos 9619 which is in Samsung Galaxy A50. And, this looks really surprise entrance in the Moto device. The device is coupled with 4 gigs of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. When it comes to daily performance, the Exynos 9609 is a great performer to handle every task. Even when it comes to multitasking like web browsing, switching apps and gaming, this device can handle it all with ease. Playing games like PUBG Mobile and Asphalt 9: Legends was fun and give a good experience.

Motorola One Vision scored 1,603 and 5,403 on Geekbench 4 single-core and multi-core tests respectively. The Motorola One Vision runs Android Pie out of the box and is a stock Android device. Also, this device is a part of the Android One programme.

Cameras and Battery Life

Talking about cameras, this device has a dual camera setup on the rear panel including a 48MP primary camera and a 5MP secondary sensor. The photos are taken at default 12MP after blending four adjacent pixels. For selfies, there is a 25MP front camera. The photos come out crisp and bright. The captured images were full of details and rich in colors. The Auto HDR is enabled by default and you have to deactivate or activate HDT manually. While capturing macro shots, the camera struggled with focus. The Night Vision mode does a decent job and the colors come out good. And same can be said for the front camera which produces detailed and crisp selfies.

The Motorola One Vision packs a high-capacity 3,500mAh battery. The device can be charged with the included 15W TurboPower charger. It might be smaller than the rival mobile phones but it can easily give you a full day of charge. In the HD video battery loop test, the device lasted for 11 hours and 45 minutes. The device can go from 0 to 100 percent in less than two hours. Moreover if you are looking for MRPL recruitment then it could be the best chance to try it.

Final Verdict

Coming at Rs. 19,999, the Motorola One Vision comes with a visually appealing design, stunning 21:9 display, a punch-hole display, and stock Android system. This is a great device with everything in its bag- from design, display, and performance to stability. The device can handle nearly anything and can handle any task with ease. The camera performance was also hood and has one of the best cameras under Rs. 20,000 range. Although, you might scream at the battery life this device offers.

This device has plenty of positives and negatives and is very unique in this segment. It is one of the best devices in the sub Rs. 20,000 segment. If you are looking for more cameras, better display, and a powerful processor, you can go for Samsung Galaxy A50. Smartphones like Galaxy M40, Pocophone F1, Realme 3 Pro are other great options which you can buy under Rs. 20,000.

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