The Motorola One Vision as stated earlier will launch later in June, though no specific date has been confirmed.
Motorola has just unveiled its newest phone - One Vision - and it falls into the beloved category of the upper mid-range. That shouldn't stop you from learning more about it, especially because the Vision is doing some very new things we could see come to phones in the future.
Motorola has always been a proponent of clean Android software, and the One Vision is no exception. There had been a lot of leaks and rumors about this upcoming smartphone for many months.
Speaking of the CinemaVision display, it measures 6.3 inches diagonally and has a 21:9 aspect ratio.
The phone also isn't waterproof, as it has an IP rating of IP56, so it should be able to handle some sweat and rain but it isn't one you should take in the shower.
On the rear of the device you'll find the fingerprint scanner, which is in an easy to reach place for your finger when you want to unlock the phone.
Inside the phone there's an Exynos 9609 chipset along with 4GB of RAM, which should allow you to run all of the apps you want to.
"Probably the most interesting feature of the One Vision, aside from its name, is the ultra-wide 6.3" IPS LCD display that has an aspect ratio of 21:9. The 3500mAh battery fast charges with a 15-watt adapter. Mexico will see the phone become available next week. Once this feature is enabled, the phone can look at the photo you just took; if it "sees" that the image is slightly skewed, it'll crop and level the image to look a little tidier.
Motorola is using what it calls "QuadPixel" technology here, which is marketing jargon for a process better known as pixel binning - for the unaware, that means the One Vision treats clusters of four pixels on the sensor as a single, bigger pixel for improved clarity and low-light performance.
The device boasts a 48MP rear camera with optical image stabilization (OIS) and Night Vision mode.
On the software front, the phone is running stock Android Pie and is part of the Android One program, promising two major OS updates and three years of security update support. The primary sensor is joined by a depth sensor for portrait mode. (Long story short, the screen is taller and narrower than most to better accommodate cinematic videos.) It's also the only Motorola phone to ditch the now-traditional screen notch in favor of a hole-punch that lets a 25-megapixel front-facing camera peer through the display.