Motorola One comes with a solid configuration that can deliver an almost flagship level experience to the user at half the price tag. From that pleasant display to the cameras which take neat pictures and selfies, as well as the configurations delivering a smooth user experience, this device is an all-rounder. The battery is also pretty efficient and it will last a day of normal usage, and thank the fast charging support, filling it up won't be a painfully long process. Overall, for the price, it is quite a value for money device.
The Motorola One boasts a 5.9-inch IPS LCD display with 720 x 1,520 pixels screen resolution, additionally the 19:9 aspect ratio and a 285 PPI pixel density together provide a pleasant visual experience. The panel is protected by the Gorilla Glass.
On the camera department, this device flashes two 13MP + 2MP cameras with PDAF and flash as well as an 8MP front camera, both of them take great shots as well as detailed selfies.
Storage-wise the Motorola One carries a decent 64GB of internal storage with a substantial expandability option of up to 256GB, which is great.
The phone is powered by the performing 2GHz octa-core processor up on the Snapdragon 625 MSM8953 chipset with Cortex A53, capable of achieving good performance. The added prowess of the Adreno 506 GPU and a 4GB RAM together manifest in a pretty snappy performance through daily usage. The device is equipped with a rear-faced fingerprint sensor for added security.
The Motorola One carries a 3,000mAh Li-ion battery which efficiently powers this device throughout the day, with turbo-charging support as well, which charges the battery rapidly.
This is a 4G Volte compatible device with two nano-SIM slots, the second one being hybrid. Thus, all networks should work fine. Additional networking features include WIFI, Bluetooth 5, A-GPS and Glonass assisted location support, etc. Port-wise, the Motorola One carries a USB Type-C for charging as well as a 3.5mm audio jack for your wired headphones.