Moto One Hyper with 64MP Rear, 32MP PopUp Selfie and 45W charging launched

Continuing in its focus on providing attractively spec`d smartphones with a Good Camera Motorola has launched its new phone Moto One Hyper.
In first glance the phone looks stylish and the color presence is noticeable.

HERE ARE SOME KEY POINTS OF THE PHONE

CAMERA
Well to start with this phone has a dual Rear Camera set up with 64 MP primary camera which is Samsung’s 64MP ISOCELL Bright GW1 sensor.
This is the same senson which is present in Realme X2 Pro so I can vouch for its capabilities.
The seconday camera with 8MP sensor is 118 degree ultra wide shooter.

The front Camera is a popup Camera with 32MP sensor.
Pixel Size is 0.8 micron but if you shoot in 8MP mode you should get 1.6 micron (pixel binning)

BATTERY
The phone is called Hyper because it supports upto 45W wired charging for its 4000mAH battery pack.
The company claims that you can charge upto 12 hours worth of battery in 10 minute recharge.
It is a pity that out of the box the phone comes with only 15W charger.
45W charger can be purchased separately.

CHIPSET AND ANDROID VERSION
The Chipset is a modest SnapDragon 675 SOC with a modest 4GB RAM(well not so modest) and 128GB ROM.
If you dont plan to use the second SIM then you can expand it up to 1TB
Out of the box you will get Android Version 10.

DISPLAY AND FINGERPRINT

The Display is a massive 6.5 inch LCD IPS can provide you with FHD+ experience.
There is no notch and phone has around 85% screen to body ratio.

The fingerptint scanner is located in the rear and also acts a notification light.
The company claims it to have a Splash Resistant design meaning there is no IP67 certification.


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