Motorola today announced the introduction of Motorola One (Multimedia) in the United States after the launch of the Android One phone internationally. Best Buy is available exclusively for $ 399. You can order them online (black) from November 9 or find them in stores (white) on November 11. The One is sold as a GSM unlocking device and therefore works on AT & T and T-Mobile but not on Verizon or Sprint.
Motorola One has a large notch and jaw on the 5.9-inch display (720×1520) to capture the moto logo. Other spec sheets with Qualcomm 625 processor, 64GB storage (with microSD), 4GB RAM, 13 megapixel camera and 8 megapixel self-camera are also in the middle. The battery is 3,000mAh and the phone has a nano-coating to prevent leakage or rain. And I have a headphone jack! However, there is no wireless charging at this price point.
The fact that Motorola One is running Android One means that buyers are assured of a consistent and consistent update path. Motorola said the device, powered by Android 8.1 Oreo, will be updated with Android 9 Pie and finally Android Q. Equally important is a three-year security update guarantee. Motorola's software experience is already very close to Android. In addition, some of the company's signature adjustments and shortcuts are included in One.
Unfortunately, today's Motorola announcement does not mention that a larger Motorola Power is coming to the state. One Power features a 6.2-inch screen, a slightly more powerful Snapdragon chip, an upgraded camera and a much larger 5,000mAh battery. It also replaces glass with metal. Right now I am staying in India exclusively.
Motorola One's main competition for $ 399 … is another Motorola mobile phone.