When we saw the original Moto One it was one of those mid-range phones that filled a gap. Yes, it was fine, it was harmless, but it wasn’t really all that exciting. Enter, then, the Moto One Vision and it’s a whole different game.
Motorola’s second-generation Android One launch takes a bash at the elongated 21:9 form-factor – something only Sony has dabbled in thus far with its Xperia 10 range – adds a hole-punch front-facing camera and a clever four-pixels-in-one 48-megapixel rear camera to up the ante.
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