Motorola is back with another phone, and this time it̵7;s not a foldable or a flagship. No, One 5G will cost less than $ 500, but for your money you get 5G service, a macro camera with a dedicated light ring and a fingerprint reader.
Motorola is not ready to give an exact price or release date yet, but it had a lot to say about the phone. As the name suggests, One 5G supports the 5G service. The first model will work with AT&T, and another model will follow to support Verizon’s mmWave 5G.
Of course, it runs Android 10, and Motorola will keep it pretty close to stock. On the page is your fingerprint reader, which also acts as a gesture button. If you are familiar with the Motorola Edge’s “edge touch” features, there is something close to it. For example, you can swipe the button to bring up the message shadow.
As expected with a mid-range phone, you get mid-range specs, including a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765 processor, 4GB of RAM and 128GB of basic storage. You can, of course, expand your storage with a microSD card, and it has a pretty solid 5,000 mAh battery.
Cameras are the real point here, but it’s not obvious at first. One 5G will have the usual range of cameras, such as a 48 MP main camera, an 8 MP ultra-wide camera, a 2 MP depth camera for portrait mode effects. But it also has a fourth camera, a 5 MP macro camera that sports a second light ring around the camera itself.
When you take a macro picture, a shadow will come close to the subject. The light ring should take care of the shadow problem (in theory) so that you can get better macro images.
The front holds two percussion cameras, a 16 MP main lens and a secondary 8 MP ultrasonic lens. The screen is 6.7-inch full HD and Motorola supported up to a 90 Hz refresh rate.
Still, it’s just an intercom – you lose a few features. One 5G has no wireless charging, and it has no IP rating for water resistance. But you can not get anything for less than $ 500, although we think you should get wireless charging.