The new Motorola One Vision makes watching media the biggest priority

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Motorola is the latest company to join the party with the Motorola One Vision. In case you forgot or not aware of, Exynos 9610 powers the Samsung Galaxy A50. In advance, there is a 25-megapixel sensor with f/2.0 aperture also. The Motorola One Vision is backed by a 3,500mAh battery. The Motorola One Vision is also capable of recording up to 4K videos at 30fps. As the name suggests, the sensor combines four pixels into one to increase not only the amount of detail captured, but light too, providing well-lit, detailed photos even in challenging situations. With Android One, users get near-stock Android experience, guaranteed security patches, and best of Google's software features like Digital Wellbeing and improved Assistant. Our new portrait lighting feature uses AI to add handsome lighting effects to your subject's face, while auto smile capture and smart composition ensure your photos are always Insta-ready. The camera has a feature called Night Vision for incredible shots at night similar to the Pixel's own Night Sight. The device runs on Android One based on Android 9.0 Pie and has a 3500mAh with 15W TurboPower fast charging. It is touted to give you up to 7 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging. However, it doesn't use it all the time. As a result, you get 12MP images that are allegedly brighter. This is ideal for when taking selfies in dark spaces. Smart Composition is a new addition as well, and it crops images after you've captured them to the rule of thirds, and you can choose whether you want to save it to your gallery.

We've seen Motorola invest more significantly in artificial intelligence over the past two years, so it isn't a surprise to see the company talk up new smart features for that rear camera. The Motorola One Vision also holds on to the legacy 3.5mm audio jack.

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Unfortunately, at this time it looks as though the Motorola One Vision is limited to Latin America, Brazil and parts of Europe for now.

Instead, you can grab it in Brazil, Saudi Arabia, Thailand and Mexico. The smartphone is priced around Rs 23,000 and will be released globally including Asia, Middle East, and Australia in coming months. Pricing will vary by market.

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