Mobile Phones: Motorola launches motorola one hyper smartphone

Ruben Fields
December 6, 2019

It may be the very first Motorola-branded Android phone in the future built with a pop-up selfie camera module that homes a 32-megapixel sensor. The device also includes 45W Hyper Charging technology which is meant to speed up the charging process. While the rear may look like glass, Motorola says it's plastic.

The Motorola One phone strategy lately seems to revolve around releasing nice-looking but largely generic designs that iterate in minor ways over previous versions.

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The Motorola One Hyper contains a 6.5” Complete Imaginative and prescient show with 1080p+ decision and a 19:9 facet ratio. There is 4GB RAM & 128GB internal storage. Talking about the specialty of this phone, people will get a strong processor with a pop-up selfie camera in it. Freshly announced today, the latest addition to Motorola's One series comes with a 64-megapixel camera on the back and an unexpectedly low $399.99 price tag on the box. When you want to take a photo as your eyes see it, you can switch to the 118° ultra-wide angle lens for sweeping shots that capture four times more of the scene. The pop-up selfie cam in front, on the other hand, is a 32MP camera. The camera also comes with the usual set of Motorola camera features to aid with better photography. The phone has a portrait mode, a manual mode, spot color, slow motion mode, cinemagraph, high-res zoom, and support for RAW output.

The motorola one hyper has a 4,000 mAh battery that can power your phone for 38 hours of continuous use*, so you can power through the whole day and still have plenty of battery left for tomorrow. However, the retail bundle should come built with a 15W TurboPower charger, even though the 45W charger is likely to be offered independently in certain areas.

The rest of the Motorola One Hyper's specs is sadly less thrilling. However, if you have a USB PD 3.0 charger, that should work according to Motorola. It's user-customizable, Motorola promises, and the intensity of the light can automatically adjust depending on ambient conditions. Subsequently, there's no extravagant in-display fingerprint technology here however Motorola has moved the fingerprint sensor to the back and put an LED notification ring around it. The device runs Android 10 operating system out of the box and support microSD cards. The phone uses a nano-SIM. To get the free gift, you have to add both items to your cart. Though unlike the 7T Pro's 16MP camera, the One Hyper has a 32MP camera, which could deliver some pretty sharp selfies, if that's your bag.

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