Dismantling the Motorola One Power Review
What’s packed inside the Motorola One Power? It’s time to find out in this Motorola One Power review. It’s the latest technology review from JustInReviews.
It brings along a sort of iPhone X-resembling look, particularly at the front with a display that runs edge-to-edge with a quite wide notch towards the top. There is likewise a chin at the base, with Motorola’s branding.
The 6.2-inch measuring LTPS IPS screen dons a full-HD+ resolution along with a 19:9 aspect ratio. It is said to have good viewing angles plus the screen is readable when you are outdoors. Motorola likewise gives you a chance to change the colour temperature of the display and pick amongst a standard and vivid output.
The big 5,000mAh battery resting inside, appears like it ought to convey a decent two days (perhaps more) worth of battery life on a solitary charge. Remains to be seen.
The device has got support for quick charging and a 15W TurboPower charger is packed inside the box, which is pleasant to see.
Motorola one power specifications:
The hardware is like that of gadgets such as the Nokia 6.1 Plus and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro. A Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor keeps the device running, which happens to be an octa-core chip having four cores timed at 1.6GHz and rest of the four cores timed at 1.8GHz. The One Power comes with 64GB of internal memory and 4GB RAM, and there happen to be no variants. It has got a microSD card slot which allows you to expand the storage capacity till 256GB.
It runs on the Android 8.1 Oreo O.S. and also guarantees security updates for three years, in addition to Android updates for two years.
The 16MP + 5MP back camera setup and a 12MP forward facing lens, which is somewhat of a position reversal contrasted with the Moto G6.
Motorola One Power mobile price:
The handset entered the Indian market with a price tag of Rs 15,999.
Factors in favor:
– Carries a powerful battery
– Shipped Turbocharger for quick charging
– iPhone X-resembling look
Factors going against:
– Dual 4G not supported
– Lacks video stabilization
– Weighty in nature
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