XMUMX modern main megapixel camera, battery Generous capacity with very fast charging and more - this is the new smartphone of the immortal brand which is owned by Lenovo
It is still too early to assess whether all this will translate into big sales and economic successes - but there is no doubt that the presence of the Motorola name in any modern smartphone is significantly strengthened now, with a host of fresh devices some of which even manage to surprise us for good. Just a few weeks ago it was the newest Razr with the folding screen, and now it's the Moto One Hyper for the mid-range market with a system Android One clean and other worthy features.
The One Hyper is the new representative in the product family of the Motorola brand (which belongs in its modern incarnation to the Chinese Lenovo) with an emphasis on being based on an Android system without changes and unnecessary additions in the Android One project - and the most advanced in it at the moment. Alongside the "pure" Android 10 system, which is designed to enjoy continuous and frequent security and software updates for at least two years, you will find a 6.5-inch IPS screen device with a resolution of 2,340 × 1,080 pixels and no defect of any kind, chip Snapdragon 675 octagon of Qualcomm, Dynamic memory of 4GB, volume storage Built-in 128GB with the option of expanding up to terabytes in addition to cards microSD And a modern 4,000mAh battery with support for Hyper Charging charging up to 45 watts.
Rapid Charging Technology Lenovo Pretends to provide an average of 12 hours of work to the device within ten minutes of plugging in - although its relative disadvantage is that it will be based on a dedicated charger that will be marketed separately and for an additional fee, rather than as a basic part of all One Hyper buyers' value.
The One Hyper will offer a pair of cameras at the back, including Samsung's main 64 megapixel unit and a wide-angle 8 megapixel camera, an 32 megapixel-based mechanical mechanism that pops it out of the device body, Wi-Fi connectivity 802.11ac dual channels, 5.0 Bluetooth connectivity, 3.5 millimeter slot for headphones, chip NFC Built-in, Fingerprint scanner Built in the back and a relatively interesting design in blue, pink or orange - with a recommended price tag of about $ 400 before tax, or about 1,400 shekels in direct conversion.
revolutionary? Not really. interesting? For us, the answer is yes - although from the current market situation it can be assumed that the chances of seeing it land in stores in the country, even through unofficial parallel importers, are minimal.