Motorola announced Motorola Android one smartphone soon officially debuting in the US market for $399, and exclusively available on Best Buy from 11th of November. First, the phone was announced in August for Europe, Asia, and Latin America markets and now Motorola one makes its way to the US, preorders start from 9th of November.
The name of the smartphone named after theAndroid One software build operating the system, Android one begins as Google version of the operating system for low-end phones, but now it represents the OS. Moreover, the Motorola Andriod one has a very similar look to Apple iPhone X and features a notched 5.9-inch display (720×1520). The handset chin is big enough for the company to stamp its logo on it.
Under the hood, it has Qualcomm 625 processor, 64GB expandable storage (with microSD), 4GB RAM. A 13-megapixel rear camera and 8-megapixel front-facing camera. It supports the battery capacity of 3,000mAh and the phone has a nano-coating protective layer to secure phone against raining. A headphone jack is present which means that there is no chance of wireless charging.
Motorola has a “turbo power” charging which claims to give 6 hours of battery life in just 20 minutes. The phone gets Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box, Andriod One means the Motorola One comes with guaranteed security updates for three years. In other words, it is set to receive both Android 9.0 Pie and eventually Android Q. Motorola has also kept the set slim with OS modifications and has a penchant for stripping back the ROM personalization.
The device will available in black and white variants, the One sells as a GSM-unlocked device, so it’ll work on AT&T and T-Mobile, but not Verizon or Sprint.