The Motorola One Hyper with Android One, 64-mega pixel camera, plastic body and 11-nanometer Snapdragon 675 processors are in the middle of the range of mid-range devices.
One Hyper is one of Motorola’s latest One Series interfaces; The product was introduced in the last days of 2019 and was launched in late January 2020. While other One-family products offer low-action (one-action), one-zoom (one-zoom), one-macro (one-macro) photography, and a powerful main camera, respectively, the hyper extension is above all the 64-mega pixel camera and resolution of this smartphone. It evokes.
Displays and speakers
Motorola has named the IPS LCD display used in the Van Hyper Total Vision, which offers a resolution of 2340 x 1080 pixels, or FHD +, with an acceptable density of 395 pixels per inch. Unfortunately, Motorola has not yet begun to make extensive use of old displays in its mid-range, which is a negative for Van Hyper and its siblings. The 6.5-inch large Van Hyper display with a 19-to the-9 aspect ratio has no holes or cuts, which is a plus.
Strong competitors for the One Hyper can be found in the mid-range and $ 400 price range; However, Motorola’s midrange also has something to say. The operating system is close to the pure version of Android 10; the main camera and selfe are very powerful and clear, along with the ability to support a 45-watt charger are among the most important features of the Motorola One Hyper.