motorola launched moto one action with action-camera like video quality

Motorola Launched Moto One Action with Action-Camera like Video Quality


Motorola’s One series of smartphones were pretty good and received a decent response from the customers. One series of smartphones are budget-friendly smartphones. It’s been a long time the company updated the series, but today, they did the same. Today, Motorola announced a new smartphone, Moto One Action from the same series. The Moto One Action is the action-camera centric smartphone, which packs the features for action-camera performance. Just like the GoPro or other action cameras, the company has added the action-packed ultra-wide camera to the device.

The Action word refers to the third-camera in the triple camera setup of the device. The phone has the vertical triple camera setup that has the 117-degree field of view and wide-angle recording. Also, the device shoots just like the GoPro or any other action cameras. There is one interesting feature with the camera of this device, and that is the rotated sensor. When the user holds the phone vertically, the camera records video in landscape mode and vice versa. This rotation of the camera sensor is very useful for the action-vloggers or those who want to record landscape videos from the smartphone. Also, Motorola has introduced the Enhanced Video Stabilization feature, that provides the smooth video recording experience.

The Action-camera is not the only thing that Motorola has packed with this smartphone. Moto One Action comes with a 6.3-inch FHD+ Display, with a hole-punch cutout for the front camera. The front camera has the resolution of 12-Megapixel and captures decent selfies. Motorola opted for Samsung Exynos 9609 processor instead of Qualcomm Snapdragon Chipset, which is a courageous move by the company. 4GB of RAM and 128GB of Storage space is decent for light-usage, but not good when compared to the competition. Fortunately, the device runs on the Android One program, which ensures the latest Android Pie version and continuous updates for the next two years.