There were several leaks and rumors for a few weeks about a new device by Motorola. Now Motorola launched a new device Motorola one action in view of the selected European markets. Motorola one action is going to be the second smartphone device in the Motorola one series in this year. The device is having a 117-degree wide action camera which is basically focused on recording videos. In comparison, Motorola one action is much similar to the previously launched device Motorola one vision.
Motorola India has also tweeted in the Twitter about confirming the release date of Motorola one action in India. Motorola India confirms that on August 23rd Motorola one action will get launched in the Indian smartphone market. Motorola one action is going to have a triple camera setup on the back. The front-facing camera is 12 megapixels with f1.8 lens, which can also record 4K resolution videos. the device is also having the 5-megapixel front camera along with a wide-angle camera.
Although this wide-angle camera does not capture wide-angle photos, whereas this 16-megapixel wide-angle camera is forecast for recording videos similar to GoPro in ultra-wide mode. The Camera sensor is turned to 90 degrees by Motorola, which will help the user to record wide-angle video footage even the phone is in the portrait mode. Although there is no optical image stabilization, the device will be having Motorola’s EIS in order to provide stability while recording videos.
The front-facing camera is 12 megapixels with punch hole cut out, the front camera is downgraded compared to previous Motorola one vision. There will be glass panel in the real along with 10w fast charging solution. The specification of the Motorola one action is going to have a 6.3-inch FHD+ LCD display with 21:9 aspect ratio and punctual on the top left the corner.
The device will be having Exynos 9609 chipset paired with 4GB RAM and 128 GB internal storage. Device will be powered by 3500 mAh battery. The device is priced in €299, which converts into approx. ₹23,500. Although Indian smartphone devices will get adjusted to the Indian price range which will be much lower than the converted price.