Motorola introduces a new mid-range model with no other device around
Motorola has launched quite a few innovative and special mobile devices during its many years in the field, and it's nice to find that the brand continues to dare and try to do things not like everyone else - even when it's not quite the same fancy company from the past.
The new One Action device looks like a pretty average model at first glance, and at second glance too - but overall camera One of the three at the back which makes it stand out in the crowd. camera In a style that is usually offered mainly in action cameras, designed to document under conditions where most smartphones will find it difficult to function properly or even survive.
The Motorola One Action offers a particularly long 6.3-inch IPS screen and 2,520 × 1,080 pixel resolution (21 "cinematic" aspect ratio: 9, similar to what we've already seen in Sony's Xperia 1), chip Exynos 9609 updated and economical octagon of Samsung, dynamic memory of 4GB, built-in 128GB storage with additional 512GB expansion with microSD cards, Android Pie with no redundant changes to the popular Android One program, headset slot, chip NFC built-in, fingerprint scanner in back, connectivity Wi-Fi 802.11ac dual-channel and built-in 3,500mAh battery.
What's more interesting about everything in the model is the rear camera, where you'll find a Sony 12 main sensor, a 5 megapixel used as a depth sensor - and a 16 ultra-wide-angle 117 camera Video Exclusively, which was mounted vertically from the direction we are used to on smartphones, so that in portrait mode, a wide horizontal image is actually obtained. Combining the main unit and the secondary video camera capability ensures that the user can produce videos Video Panoramas deserve regardless of the angle at which they position their device, so that record of all the action taking place in the environment is more convenient.
Despite the name of the device indicating its intention to replace the Extreme Cameras, the One Action does not include significant formal protection against falls or water and dust (basic IPX2 standard only) - so its potential in the field is likely to be limited relative to cameras of GoPro And its like. However, the general idea is certainly interesting, and its more mature and advanced application may well find itself a small new niche in the modern crowded market.
The device does not include optical image stabilization - but the company believes that the integrated digital stabilization will be enough to produce content Video Quality even in challenging situations
God-Motorola One Action (or motorolaone action, as it is called in some official sources) will be offered in Europe starting in the coming days in dark blue, black and white at the price of 260 Euro, including VAT. Is this the start of a new successful trend?