Motorola One Zoom has been leaked multiple times over the span of the last few months. Though we’ve now got a rough idea of how the phone will look, the specifications have remained a mystery; until this point anyway! Let’s take a look now, shall we?
The Motorola One Zoom will be powered by the rapidly ageing Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 coupled with four gigs of RAM and 128GB of ROM for the base variant. Although the phone will be ditching the Android One program, you can expect it to run a fairly clean build of stock Android with deep Alexa integration which will be one of the major selling points of the One.
We’ll also be getting quad-cameras equipped with dual OIS and a primary 48MP sensor and along with it, you can expect a dedicated 16MP wide-angle shoote, a telephoto sensor (3X optical and 5X hybrid) and a depth sensor. Towards the front, we have a full-HD 6.4” AMOLED display adorned with an unspecified version of Gorilla Glass.
In our opinion, the phone by itself looks quite dull with no real bells and whistles to accompany it. Pricing will be around 400 Pounds in the UK and at that price, we honestly don’t expect the target audience to go crazy for the phone. Looks like Lenovo Motorola is in for another dud in the name of the One Zoom by early impressions. It truly is sad that a company that once used to dominate the budget market with the Moto G is struggling to keep up with other manufacturers. Unless Lenovo decides to do something polarising with their Moto line of phones, they’re going to tank in the years to come.
As and when we get new information on the Moto One Zoom you can be sure that we’ll keep you posted. Stay tuned to TechQuila for more updates!