Motorola on Thursday introduced a brand new smartphone in the continuing IFA 2019 summit in Berlin. Called Motorola One Zoom, the smartphone is currently priced at $449 (Rs 32,000 roughly ) and is available in 3 color choices.
Motorola One Zoom’s most significant highlight is that the quad-camera setup which also comprises a 48-megapixel detector. The camera setup is 48-megapixel central detector (with quad-core technologies, f1.7, 1.6um, OIS, PDAF), 6-megapixel wide-angle sensor (117-degrees), 8-megapixel telephoto (using 3x optical zoom and OIS) and yet another 5-megapixel thickness sensor with color connected temperature (CCT) dual-LED flash. The camera has been packed a large square camera module as seen from the current iPhone 11 and Google Pixel 4 photographs.
The back camera includes normal software modes such as portrait, night vision, smart makeup, and dwell filter amongst others. The rear camera can take up to 1080p movies at 30fps. On the very front, Motorola One Zoom includes a 25-megapixel camera using f/2.0 aperture and supports around 4K Ultra HD video recording.
Motorola One Zoom includes a 6.4-inch complete HD+ OLED screen using a dewdrop top on the front. The smartphone is powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 chip coupled with 4GB of RAM. Additionally, it has 128GB internal storage — the smartphone homes a 4,000mAh battery also supports TurboPower 18W charging.