Motorola One Action specifications confirmed by Android Enterprise, could be a Samsung Galaxy M30 rival
Motorola may not be leading the sales charts in the current times but the Lenovo-owned company has been coming up with some compelling devices. Their recent launch included the One Vision, which at Rs 19,999, is one of the most good looking smartphones with decent cameras and solid user experience. While it has been a good choice for many value-conscious buyers in India, Motorola is working on another device that aims to appeal to the wider base of consumers and it will be launching very soon. It's called the Motorola One Action.
The One Action has been in the rumour belt for a while now and it appears to be a more affordable alternative to the One Vision. And today, the existence of this phone is officially confirmed by Android Enterprise and Google Play that list the device on their recommended Android phones list. It also gives out most of the specifications, giving us a fair idea of what to expect.
The Motorola One Action is quite identical to the One Vision, save for the cameras. At the front, there's a 6.3-inch Full HD+ LCD display that has the 21:9 CinemaVision display and the cutout for the front camera. Inside, there's a Samsung-made Exynos 9609 chipset that's paired with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage. Being an Android One device, it runs on Android 9 Pie. The phone is even powered by the same 3500mAh battery.
What's new here are the cameras. Instead of the 25-megapixel front camera from the One Vision, the One Action is getting a 12.6-megapixel camera. While the rear cameras are still a mystery from this list, previous rumours suggest a 12-megapixel primary camera at the back as well. However, the list does say that one of the cameras will have a 117-degrees wide-angle view. Hence, the triple camera setup could be quite identical to what we have seen on phones like the Galaxy A50.
The One Action is expected to sit below the One Vision in Motorola's lineup. Some of the compromises suggest it will be a more affordable variant of the One Vision - lower resolution cameras and a plastic rear panel.