Motorola One Hyper – The Primary Collection

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Since Motorola’s One Series, several handsets have been launched to date, each targeting a specific user and a specific range of people. From this series, we have already reviewed the two phones One Action and One Macro, and this time we have gone to a more advanced example of this family called One Hyper.

The subject of this review belongs to Motorola One Hyper with the name of XT-2027 model. This phone has been provided to us by Digi Telecom Company for review.

We have already seen the Van Hyper purple box in other members of this family, with the difference that this time we are faced with a larger box depending on the size of the phone. In the upper part of this box, we only see the Motorola logo and the model name, and in the back part, an image of the main feature of the device, namely the pop-up selfie camera, can be seen. Unlike One Action, this box does not show the logo of Google One Android, and therefore the phone does not belong to the Android One family, it has been emphasized once again.

The Snapdragon X12 communication modem in the SD675 processor of this model limits the maximum 4G LTE One Hyper download speed to 600 Mbps and the maximum upload speed is 150Mbps. Dual-band Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 5, NFC connectivity and GPS / GLONASS / Galileo routers are other means of communication in this model. The 3.5 mm headset jack in this phone is not forgotten and its wired communication is also provided through the USB-C port.

The processor of the device offers acceptable speed and quality, especially in the field of processing cores, but in terms of graphics, it is in a lower condition than its main competitors. The phone has 128GB of UFS 2.0 internal storage at a decent speed, but the 4GB of RAM seems small. The quality and durability of the device’s battery can be relatively satisfied, and although the 45-watt charger advertised for this phone is not provided with it, but the default 18-watt charger is not low-power and only takes about an hour and a half to fully charge the battery. has it.

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