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.
|Merchant Name||Availability||variant||price||go to store|
|Out of Stock||32GB||18,999|
|Out of Stock||64GB||14,999|
|Model||:||Motorola One Power|
|Launch Date (Global)||:||31-10-2018|
|Product Name||:||Motorola One Power|
|Screen Size (In Inches)||:||6.2|
|Display Technology||:||IPS LCD|
|Screen Resolution (In Pixels)||:||1080 x 2246|
|Pixel Density (Ppi)||:||402|
|Scratch Resistant Glass||:||NA|
|Rear Camera Megapixel||:||16 + 5|
|Maximum Video Resolution (In Pixels)||:||2160p@30fps|
|Front Camera Megapixel||:||12|
|Front Facing Camera||:||Yes|
|Battery Capacity (Mah)||:||5000|
|Talk Time (In Hours)||:||NA|
|Removal Battery (Yes/no)||:||NO|
|Support For Fast Charging||:||Yes|
|Finger Print Sensor||:||Yes|
|Cpu||:||Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636|
|Cpu Speed||:||1.8 GHz|
|Dimensions (Lxbxh- In Mm)||:||156 x 76 x 8.4|
|Weight (In Grams)||:||205|
|Removable Storage (Yes Or No)||:||Yes|
|Removable Storage (Maximum)||:||256 GB|
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Motorola One Power was launched in October 2018 & runs on Android 8.1 OS. The Smartphone is available only in one color i.e. Black & has a built in fingerprint sensor as the primary security feature, along with the host of connectivity options in terms of 3G, 4G, GPS, Wifi, NFC Bluetooth capabilities. Priced at Rs. 12999 the phone is available with 32 GB of internal storage.
The Smartphone is powered by 1.8 GHz octa core Qualcomm SDM636 Snapdragon 636 Processor. A 3 GB of RAM ensures phone runs smoothly even the most memory intensive applications & still shows no signs of lag. 32 GB of internal storage can be expanded to 256 GB via a microSD card.
The Phone comes with a powerful 5000 mAh battery to support it's 6.2 inch screen with IPS LCD display having a resolution of 1080 x 2246 at 402 ppi.
Motorola One Power boasts of dual primary camera of 16 + 5 megapixel and 12 megapixel front Camera.
Motorola One Power Price In India Starts From Rs. 14999 The best price of Motorola One Power is Rs. 14999 on Flipkart, which is 27% less than the cost of Motorola One Power on Amazon Rs.18990.This Mobile Phones is expected to be available in 32GB,64GB variant(s).
|Flipkart||Motorola One Power (Black, 64 GB||₹ 14,999|
|Amazon||Motorola One Power P30 (Black, 4GB RAM, 64GB Storage)||₹ 18,990|
|Flipkart||Motorola One Power (Black, 64 GB)(4 GB RAM)||₹ 18,999|
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some random click in North Sikkim .... it's awesome
So first of all, Thank you Flipkart for delivering it instead two days. I wasn't expecting such a quick delivery, since I don't live in a Metro, I live in Patiala. Coming to the phone, 1. LOOK AND DESIGN - phone looks sexy from the front, all black when screen is turned off, from back also it doesn't look bad. You will get used the notch very soon and it wasn't as annoying for me as other phone reviewers say. Display is bright enough, for outdoor use full HD plus looks really good. 2. SOFTWARE - It's an Android one device(guaranteed updates to Pie and Q. So It's stock Android with Moto app( actions and display) & Moto Help and a Dolby app. UI is super smooth. Animations are are little slower unlike say in OnePlus. 3. PERFORMANCE - I wouldn't say phone is an absolute beast but in my time with the phone and it's been more than 10 days it didn't slow down. Didn't heat(it didn't enough for me to notice) even after continuosly playing PUBG for more than 2 hours. Switching between apps is quick, RAM management is good but not very good, sometimes app reload but that when you are using more than 6 apps in the background, but hey who uses 6 apps at one time. Simply put I say good because PUBG stays in memory even when I chat with someone on WhatsApp. 4. BATTERY - Yes one of the biggest selling points of the phone, is It's huge 5000 Mah battery, On my first full charge, I was able to get more than 3 days of battery life going well into the evening of 4th day, with a Screen on Time of over 16hrs. Of course this was before I installed PUBG, and it was mostly indoor use with brightness at the minimum and I was busy doing projects on my laptop so it was a very light usage scenario. But still almost 4 days battery life is pretty impressive. Light users will easily get 3 days of battery life and even if you add 2-3 Hours of PUBG in it you will still get two days out of your full charge. 5. CAMERA - Camera is not the best in this range, MIA2 would be that device but it's good enough for me, but me being the kind of person that doesn't care about the camera in phone. Portrait mode is good though, you will have a hard time looking for edge detection errors, photos look good in daylight (lets not talk about low light photography) front camera is really good and capture details, like my small pimples, and has flash too. 6. SOUND - Sound is good from the speakers of this phone, loud enough for a big room or small hall of the TV isn't switched on. Audio through the headphones is the best I have ever heard, just select the rich setting from the Dolby app, the app really helps. I am giving it 5 stars even after average back camera because as an overall package it beats anything else in the sub ₹20k range. I was confused between Real Me 2 pro, RN5 pro, ZenFone Max pro, and even Nokia 5.1 plus(that's way cheaper). But I already had Xiaomi but I hate MIUI for its ads though I miss it's features, but the bad thing was it's build quality and that Xiaomi doesn't give more than one Android update. ZenFone Max Pro I heard had battery issues and it's battery life was almost the same as RN5pro even though technically it's battery is 25% bigger, and also it wasn't part of the Android one program, so Asus promised to try to give update but here updates are guaranteed. Nokia 5.1 plus has above average battery life, looks the sexiest out of all the phones I have mentioned here, glass back, has Android one, is ₹5000 cheaper than this one. But it has only 3 GB Ram and 32GB of storage. Now i use a phone for more than 2 years, i was okay with the ram but not the storage. It's still a great phone for anyone who changes a budget phone every one or one and a half year. So that's my review, it's taken some time writing it, so I would appreciate if you upvote it if you liked it and it was useful to you.
value for money, after installing G-Cam camera performers very well. battery performance is more than expectations. build quality superb. display super.
Seriously go for this... battery life is extremely good... built like a tank camera also far good some YouTubers are not saying truth I'm using Moto since Moto g3 and this one is best
Edit after the Android Pie upgrade. so I flashed the phone before I installed the upgrade just so that I can have the fresh OS feeling . The phone is still a tank . I can feel my hand muscles growing after nearly 2 months of usage! The Pie upgrade now let's you play YouTube and videos around the notch area as well - Thank you for listening Motorola. The dual voLTE support is here but I have to say that it is giving me issues when I use both my Airtel and Jio sim together. I do not get SMS of any kind until I turn of a particular Sim slot . Please look into this Motorola .I've tested and it confirms that the messages are delayed or doesn't even deliver on dual voLTE Sims . Android Pie I feel has reduced the overall screen brightness(Even with adaptive brightness off) . could be my feeling so will verify before I confirm . Display No screen burns, No Bleeding ! enough said I believe . Camera They have improved the camera app with the PIE upgrade ! panroma is now available . edge detection is better I feel but the app is slow to respond. Speaker I thought the two grills on the bottom side were for dual speakers but turns out one of those is the microphone. it does not affect the volume though, Dolby audio really makes a difference and the speaker clarity and loudness is good. Notch There is no option to turn the notch off ! Motorola should look into adding the option. Fingerprint sensor Works really well. Thank you for keeping the logo there . The screen does not instantly come on after unlocking using the fingerprint sensor! Motorola should fix this via update. It's a minor delay but you can notice it.
fast delivery good battery very nice
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