Motorola is preparing to launch its first phone and pop-up camera. The phone has a 32MP camera integrated into the pop-up section with curious settings – the camera is equipped with a dual camera hump at the back.
That hump is home to another high-resolution camera whose main camera is 64MP resolution. This is an update to the 48MP camera found in the Motorola One for Zoom and View.
There are no wide-screen phones or cameras here, however, the only 8-megapixel depth is the music. The main cameras are on 4K / 30 video and deliver 120fps slow-down at 1080p or 240fps at 720p. Night and Photo modes are dedicated.
This phone is closer to Zoom View. It has a 6.39 mata screen, IPS LCD and 1080p + resolution. Of course it is not always on the screen but not on the fingerprint screen – the reader is behind it.
The interesting thing is that the FP holder is surrounded by a ring LED. The clarity of the notifications can be configured when the phone is being paid or used.
Although we do not know its name, this is a Motorola phone, that is, it is almost Android – version 10 for this case. The Snapdragon 675 machine is powered by 4GB of RAM and 128GB of storage.
It can be expanded with a microSD card, the card slot on the phone is a hybrid that can hold both nanoSIM cards. The phone also has a USB-C port (no word on support for fast charging, but about 15W)
Even though this phone has not yet been unlocked, they hold their hands to a piece and write with their short hands to review. If you can read Spanish (or want to use Google Translate), you can follow the Source link below.
Spring (in Spanish)