Motorola today took the wraps off its latest mid-range phone, the Motorola One Vision. The device won’t be coming to the US, but it will make its way to Brazil, Mexico, Latin America, and Europe.
With the One Vision, Motorola is prioritizing the display as being the perfect way to enjoy content. The company includes a 6.3-inch LCD 2520×1080 CinemaVision screen with a 21:9 aspect ratio. That makes the phone optimal for watching movies since that’s the aspect ratio most films are shot in. We’ve seen this aspect ratio before on Sony phones but never from Motorola until now.
Under the hood, the Motorola One Vision comes with a Samsung Exynos 9609 processor, 4GB of RAM, 128GB of storage, and a 3,500mAh battery. On the back, you’ll find a main 48MP camera with OIS and a new Night Vision mode, while the front of the device sits in a hole-punch in the display and weighs in at 25MP. You’ll also find a secondary depth-sensing camera on the back. Android One based on 9 Pie serves as the software solution, and a USB-C port enables the company’s TuboPower charging.
The Motorola One Vision launches today in Brazil for €299. It’ll roll out to other countries over time.