Motorola has launched the Motorola One Hyper another phone in its One series on the market. At $ 399.99, the Hyper sounds more like a mid-range smartphone. On the camera side, however, it offers high-resolution sensors that enable night vision.
Motorola uses quad binning to achieve its night vision mode by combining the brightness of four pixels increases the amount of light four times, but the resolution is lost. The resulting image has only a resolution of 16 MP or a resolution of 8 MP for the selfie.
As we've shown with our Uber-G camera IQ, Pixelbinning can also help improve the dynamic range of photos, as Quad-Bayer sensors can do Simultaneous recording with two different exposures, each with half the pixels, to minimize ghosting. We do not know if Motorola uses it. The main module also has a 118 ° u 1 widescreen secondary camera with an 8MP sensor and a f2.2 lens.
Motorola is Not the First Phone Maker to Develop a Pop-Up Selfie Shooter We've seen several phones with this feature, including the high-end OnePlus 7 Pro and 7T Pro, the Oppo Reno and the Reno 2 as well the Xiaomi Mi 9.
Motorola One Hyper integrates the Moto gestures and moves the front If you remove the camera, you only have to shake the phone with a slight twist to the side. If you just shake it, the flashlight will turn on.
Featuring a sliding selfie camera, the 6.5-inch Full HD IPS display has a 90% display-to-body ratio, which helps to give the display a sleek and stylish overall design.
With the exception of the 4000-mAh battery with 45-W Hyper-Charging technology, the rest of the specs look more like middle class, but for $ 400, the feature-rich camera system is a bargain. Unfortunately, the 45W charger is optional and the charger in the box is not that powerful.
On the hardware side, the Motorola One Hyper gets a Snapdragon 675 with 4GB of RAM and runs on Android 10.
The GSM-enabled Motorola One Hyper will be available in Deep only on Motorola.com today, December 4 Sea Blue available in the USA. The phone is compatible with mobile providers such as AT & T and T-Mobile (MSRP: 399.99 USD). In Latin America and selected European countries.
More colors will be available later, in the US you will get the option Dark Amber and Fresh Orchid will be available in other markets.
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