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Motorola One Vision: Promising midrange smartphone with good screen, camera

Despite some of its flaws, the Motorola One Vision delivers a most comprehensive experience in its segment

Motorola One Vision
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Khalid Anzar New Delhi
A silent gap of around nine months, smartphone maker Motorola, owned by Chinese electronics firm Lenovo, recently launched the Motorola One Vision in India. Priced at Rs 19,999, this is the first smartphone in the country with an ultra-tall 21:9 aspect ratio screen with a punch-hole for the front camera. Besides a new screen format, the midrange phone also boasts a 3,500 mAh battery with fast-charge support, high-resolution cameras with a quad-pixel technology on the rear and front, and stock Android Pie operating system with the Android One promise.

On paper, the phone appears to be a strong player in

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First Published: Jun 27 2019 | 10:46 AM IST

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