Motorola One Action Handbook & Review— Motorola has a quite amazing new mobile phone. Dubbed the Motorola One Action, the name describes the capability that replaces the role of a camera Action.
Its similarities with action Web cam are not in terms of quality, but rather a performance: One Action relies on the setup of the three electronic cameras in the back, and one of them is particularly dedicated to video recording, armed with a mix of 16- megapixel f/2.2 sensing units and a 117- degree field of vision.
Both video cameras consist of a 12- megapixel electronic camera, f/1.8, and a 5-megapixel camera that functions as a depth sensing unit (to achieve picture and bokeh effects). There is a 12- megapixel selfie camera that overshadows the top left edge of the screen.
Likewise, the same as One Vision chipset: Exynos 9609, helped by 4 GB of RAM, internal storage 128 GB (plus a MicroSD slot), and battery capacity of 3,500 mAh. The screen is an IPS panel, 6.3 inches in 2520 x 1080 pixels, and the physical overall is water resistant with the accreditation of IPX2.
Due to this consisted of in the Android One program, the os that runs is the latest version of Android 9 Pie, with no modifications. Motorola is currently marketing One Action in Brazil, Mexico, and a number of European nations for 249 euros.
Screen size, 6,3 inches
Touchscreen, Yes, Multi-Touch
Resolution, 1080 x 2520 pixels
Screen type, LTPS IPS LCD
Chipset, Exynos 9609
Processor, Octa-core 4 × 2.2 GHz Cortex-A73 & 4 × 1.6 GHz Cortex-A53
OS Android, Android v9.0 Pie
RAM, 4 GB
Storage space, 128 GB
MicroSD, Yes, up 512 TB
Main electronic camera, 12 MP 16 MP 5 MP
Functions, panorama, HDR, Dual-LED dual-tone flash
Front video camera, 12 MP, plus HDR
Bluetooth, Yes, 5.0, A2DP
Micro-USB, Yes 2.0 Type-C 1.0
Network, 2G, 3G, 4G