Motorola has been dipping their toes into the Android One space for a few years but we haven’t seen those devices in Australia. With the announcement of the latest in the series the Motorola One Vision we’re finally getting our first Motorola Android One device downunder.

Motorola isn’t positioning the One Vision as just another also ran device however, as the name indicates they are pushing this as a camera first device for the mid-range. Around the rear is a 48 MP ‘quad-pixel, camera and a 5MP depth sensor and selfies are covered by the 25 MP front facing camera.

What is a Quad Pixel? It’s where you make 4 pixel 1 pixel of course. The One Vision combines 4 pixels into one 1.6µm pixel, effectively making the sensor a 12MP camera with larger pixels. Why they just don’t use a 12MP sensor with 1.6µm pixels I’m not sure. The camera includes OIS and a new ‘Night mode’ designed to give great images in low light.

Summing up the deice, the One Vision is a 6.3-inch IPS LCD device with FHD+ display, with an indisplay camera cut out similar to the Galaxy S10 range. It’s powered by an Exynos 9609 SOC from Samsung, 4GB of RAM and an amazing 128GB of storage.

Rounding out the specs is a 3500 mAh battery, rear finger print sensor, NFC and the all Important 3.5 mm courage port. Check out the full specs below.

Key Specifications:Motorola One Vision
Release dateMay 2019
Screen size6.3-inch
Screen technologyIPS LCD
Resolution2,520 x 1,080
Rear camera
  • 48 MP
  • 5 MP
Rear aperture
  • f/1.7
  • f/2.2
Front camera25MP
Front aperturef/2.0
ChipsetExynos 9609
Core config8 x 2.2 GHz
MicroSDYes, up to 512GB
Battery3,500 mAh
Battery removable
Headphone PortYes
Headphone LocationTop
Speaker ConfigurationBottom
WIFI standards892.11 a/b/g/n/ac
Bluetooth standards
  • 5.0
  • LE
  • A2DP
  • A-GPS
  • BDS
Android OSAndroid 9.0
Vendor skinAndroid One
Dimensions160.1 x 71.2 x 8.7 mm

Being an Android One device the One Vision ships with Android (.0 and will get 2 years of OS and 3 years of security updates guaranteed. With the initial retail price in Europe being €299 it should sell here for around the $500 AUD mark.

It’s launching in Brazil initially before expanding internationally, including Australia later this year.

Source: Moto.
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Exynos?? Haha..That’s a no from me.


Nice to see a manufacturer making an effort and bringing an Android One device to Australia officially. But cameras have not been Motorola’s strength recently, so hopefully this one is better, especially in low-light.


Too big, 160mm is huge.

Jamie S

The camera looks good but that punchhole is massive compared to the S10


Still not in ball park of 1 year old Mi A2.(price/spec wise)


Sounds pretty good tbh


The specs state “Resolution 2,520 x 1,080”
if my maths is correct that is an aspect ratio of 21.5/9.
Seriously?? That’s the shape of a ruler!!
I really hope that’s a typo, or that me maths ain’t no good🤔🤔!

Piers Porter

I would guess they use a 48MP sensor because it is doing pixel-binning to reduce noise in low light photos i.e.