Motorola is officially announcing a brand new, big smartphone today. The One Vision is a decidedly mid-range piece of kit, with the specs to prove it. But the display might be a solid choice for folks who watch movies on their phones.
Today, Motorola has made the One Vision officially official. This new handset boasts a 6.3-inch LCD “CinemaVision” display, with a resolution of 1080×2520 and an aspect ratio of 21:9. This specific aspect ratio is perfect for watching films on the phone, and something that other smartphone manufacturers, namely Sony, have already tilted towards. There isn’t a notch at the top of the screen, but there is a circular cut-out (for better or worse) for the front-facing camera.
Meanwhile, under the hood, there is a Samsung Exynos 9609 processor (this phone isn’t launching in the United States), coupled with 4GB of RAM. The One Vision has 128GB of built-in storage, and it also supports expandable storage as well. The One Vision runs on a 3500mAh battery and Android One.
Around back, there are a pair of cameras. The primary shooter is 48 megapixels, while the secondary camera handles depth data. The front-facing camera is a 25-megapixel sensor.
The Motorola One Vision launches today in Brazil. It retails for €299 RRP. It will arrive in Mexico next week. In the coming months, Motorola says the One Vision will launch across Latin America and in Europe as well.
What do you think of the One Vision and its “CinemaVision” display?
[via The Verge]