American telecommunications company, Motorola shocked the world today with its latest mid-range smartphone release, the One Hyper, having a pop-up 72 mega pixel selfie camera and a fresh design different from the other One series.
Using a pop-up selfie camera, Motorola has given the One Hyper a slightly new fresh design leaving the device with a complete screen filled look having notches and a bit of the bezel feel at the bottom.
The Motorola One Hyper has definitely taken a big step forward being that it’s a mid-range smartphone costing $400 (Uganda shillings 1,474,842) and yet having a dual camera setup on the back which features a 64MP main camera and an 8MP ultra-wide lens (in total, 72 mega pixels!).
It’s 32MP pop-up selfie camera uses a 4-in-1 pixel capable of capturing 8MP stills and in addition to that, it offers an AI-powered night mode which should help users capture some decent shots in low-light settings too.
Apart from that, the phone features an impressive 6.5-inch FHD+ (full high definition plus) display offering an impressive 90 percent screen-to-body ratio. When you go under the hood, the One Hyper ships with the latest Android 10 operating system out of the box having a decent Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 octa-core processor with 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage. Awesome, right?
Motorola’s One Hyper 72MP phone could be the best release this year
The biggest selling point about Motorola’s One Hyper is its support for 45W “hyper charging” plus its 4,000mAh capacity battery which the company claims can last for 38 hours on a single charge putting it in direct competition with flagship phones like the Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ which holds a 4,300mAh battery.
When you look at the other recent entry phones released this year like the iPhone 11 – $1,449 (Uganda shillings 5,342,618) and the Google Pixel 4 XL – $899 (Uganda shillings 5,342,618), Motorola’s new One Hyper is a great bargain.
The One Hyper will be available for purchase in the U.S. starting today for $399, exclusively via the company’s official website in blue, red, and purple colors. Available GSM-unlocked, the phone is compatible with AT&T and T-Mobile, but not Verizon and Sprint.
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