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Motorola One Vision will come with Samsung’s Exynos chipset

by Vyncent ChanMarch 25, 2019
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There aren’t that many smartphones in the market with Samsung’s Exynos chipset in the market. Aside from Samsung themselves, obviously. If I am not mistaken, only Meizu has used Exynos chipsets. Most other smartphone manufacturers just choose to work with Qualcomm or MediaTek. Motorola, on the other hand, is reportedly going to feature the Exynos 9610 in their next mid-range device.

Motorola’s first smartphone with a Samsung Exynos chipset is allegedly going to be the Motorola One Vision. The “Vision” part of its name is supposedly because it will have some serious imaging prowess, along the lines of a 48MP sensor. It is expected to offer features like Video 3D HDR and Long Exposure to help you take better shots.

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What do you think of the Motorola One Vision in red?

Aside from the impressive camera chops, the Motorola One Vision looks set to be a mid-range smartphone through and through. The Exynos 9610 is used in the Samsung Galaxy A50, which itself is an affordable mid-range device. The Motorola One Vision is rumored to come with up to 4GB RAM and up to 128GB storage, but will come with a small 3500 mAh battery. It is also expected to come with Android One, so you will be getting swift Android security updates.

Rumored Motorola One Vision Specifications

  • Exynos 9610, octa-core up to 2.3 GHz, 10nm FinFET
  • Mali-G72 MP3
  • Up to 4GB RAM
  • Up to 128GB storage
  • Punch hole display
  • 48MP rear camera
  • Android One (Android 9 Pie)
  • 3500 mAh battery

What do you think of the Motorola One Vision? It doesn’t really matter what you think about it if you are a Malaysian though, because you won’t be able to get it officially here.

Pokdepinion: I am always intrigued to see if other smartphone manufacturers can squeeze more performance out of an Exynos chipset than Samsung themselves…

About The Author
Vyncent Chan
Technology enthusiast, casual gamer, pharmacy graduate. Strongly opposes proprietary standards and always on the look out for incredible bang-for-buck.

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