Motorola One Vision: tela de cinema e “visão noturna” não compensam pontos fracos | Análise / Review
The Motorola One Vision arrived in the world in May to see and be seen in any light. The unit has the same screen size as the cinema and a night mode for low-light pictures. TudoCelular has already tested the device and in the next few minutes we will show if it delivers what it promises and, after all, whether it’s worth buying. Motorola’s One line has a proposal to bring innovations and this includes design as well as the first model of the family, the One Vision looks different from the other Motorola and this becomes clear right up front – besides the screen with different aspect ratio, this model innovates by bringing a hole in the screen for the selfie camera a solution that ends up stretching the status bar space. At least it’s in a position that does not get in the way of games and movies. Another novelty is that it does not have the Motorola name on the bottom edge. On the back, nothing from that “manhole cover” design for the cameras the sensors are leaning against the side, in the same style as the iPhone. The fingerprint reader is centralized here. The One Vision is finished in 4D glass, ie, rounded on all sides It has a gradient effect and the P2 connector on the top, also inside the box comes all the most common accessories in smartphones sold here in Brazil, plus a protective case which is something else that is becoming mandatory in devices with a glass rear. You can still opt for the blue or bronze version. Motorola highlights the One Vision screen for being the first display shaped like the cinema screen the 21: 9 ratio is still starting to be adopted in the smartphone industry and this one is the first to arrive in Brazil with this characteristic. Although the display is LCD, black is quite deep; the maximum and minimum brightness are satisfactory for use outdoor or in dark environments. You can choose between natural, enhanced or saturated display colors. The audio is mono and a little muffled, lacking in the “movie experience” part. The One Vision is still part of the Android One program, and Motorola promises quick updates to the device. bringing new versions of the system in addition to monthly security packs. However, this is the end of May and the model we received to test is still running with April’s security package installed. The manufacturer even included some proprietary features in the device as the gestures for turning on the flashlight and open the camera, and the Moto Screen. And for the first time Motorola uses a platform from Samsung on one of its smartphones. The choice was for a slightly modified Exynos, compared to the Galaxy A50 one with maximum speed a bit lower. Does it influences the overall performance of the device? Well, our speed test was not one of the best here on the One Vision and took more time than its competitors to open the applications on the list. Pokémon GO reloaded from scratch, showing that the optimization is not the best. But, at least in games, the One Vision does it well besides running nicely all the games we tested, the device was able to run PUBG Mobile in the high configuration with 30 fps. The problem here is the screen – you will need to make some adjustments to leave the control buttons in a comfortable position where you won’t press it by mistake. Motorola One’s battery life was not so good partially saved by the economic platform and the HD+ screen. Motorola has decided to increase the capacity in the One Vision, which has Full HD screen but it did not work very well; in fact, the new model had lower battery life than the predecessor being around twelve and a half hours of use, A short time for the current standards, in which the devices are exceeding the fifteen hours in our test without much difficulty. And the recharge time also does not thrill – we timed more than two hours to make it go from zero to 100% and this using the charger that comes in the box, which is Turbo Power. Ok, performance and battery are not highlights on the One Vision, its business is the screen and camera – so let’s take a look at the last item. There are two sensors on the back, one that transforms four pixels into one which has resolution above 48 MP, and a depth sensor that helps with features like Portrait Mode cinemagraphic, erasing the background and others. The overall quality of the photos is satisfactory for a mid-range but the One Vision tends to burst some areas to get more details of the subject of the photo. The exposure is exaggeratedly high. In low light it does a bit of a bad job, but activating the Night Vision gives you good photos it only takes a little longer for it to make some kind of mini-movie and then turn it into a still image. Portrait Mode is also pretty cool, with a reasonable cut. Of course it depends on the difficulty of the photo – objects with high levels of detail usually have bad cutouts but for those who have patience, you can take good pictures. The selfies sensor (the one inside the hole on the screen) has 25 MP and is not bad. But it lags behind in detail level compared to competitors such as the P30 Lite. Speaking of competition, the P30 Lite has more detailed photos than the One Vision in virtually every scenario the big highlight for the Motorola device is in the photos with Night Vision which in addition to improving the sharpness also slightly increases the amount of light. The P30 Lite basically only improves sharpness. In video, the One Vision records in 4K with the rear camera and Full HD with the front Stabilization is quite reasonable, but the audio gets a bit muffled. And the main competitors in Brazil are the Galaxy A50, P30 Lite, Redmi Note 7 and Mi 8 Lite. The performance of the One Vision was not as bad in multitasking as the Mi 8 Lite but it still lags behind the A50 and the P30 Lite, even though they are all on the same level. The Redmi Note 7 was considerably faster than all others and they pretty much ran most of the current Play Store games. The battery is also better on the other four than on the Motorola One Vision, which was three hours behind the P30 Lite and even further away from the A50, Mi 8 Lite and the Redmi Note 7. All with better times. The recharge time is not the strength of any of them. At cameras, the fight is more balanced; the One Vision stands out with Night Vision, which gives good gain in low-light images but it loses in detail to the competitors in the other scenarios. In summary, if you want to take pictures in low light – remembering that it takes a few seconds for the shot to be well done – The One Vision can serve you well, but you will be at a disadvantage in battery. There are better options in almost every way and for the same price. The idea behind the One Vision, of a device to see and be seen in the dark, is very nice but the One series is still crawling and there are lots of adjustments to be made especially on battery. The strong point of the device are the photos, especially in low light. But the battery is a very obvious weak point, besides the screen not having as much quality as we could expect from a device with “cinematic experience”. Now what do you think? Tell us the points that attracted you the most and which ones could be better on the Motorola One Vision in the comments below. And take the opportunity to drop your like here in this video and subscribe to the TudoCelular Youtube channel So you won’t miss our next videos. The full text analysis is at the link below, also in the description along a link with great deals on the device. I’m Felipe Junqueira and I’m staying here. I hope to see you in the next video here at TudoCelular.com, a big hug and until then.