The Moto One Power is clearly an attempt to destabilise Xiaomi, Nokia and Honor’s pole position in the mid-range segment and take back the market share, and for the most part, the Moto One Power is capable of doing that. The phone’s is performs reliably, has a decent enough camera and can last really long — More or less everything one looks for in a mid-range device. It’s not a perfect device though, and there are a few annoying trade off here and there. Read the full review to find out.
- Long battery life (Two days worth)
- Android One certification (Guaranteed updates)
- Clunky design
- No option to hide the notch
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