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Thursday, 4 October 2018





Lenovo-owned Motorola announced the new One Power smartphone, which is the first Android One device. The smartphone is the first by the company that has been made exclusively for the Indian market.

In a personal conversation, a Motorola official acknowledged that while its offline Moto Hub stores have been very well, in the last one year, they have received a lot of online consumer base. So, Motorola took all feedback from its past product cycles, made notes of users the longing for, and that together with Motorola One Power

Motorola got two crucial learnings from their own research: one that consumers are charging their phones continu and two, they want their phones to stay up to date with the newest operating system And so, the Motorola One Power is a ginormous 5,000 mAh battery, promises faster upgrades for the next two years, and monthly updates for the next three years The Android 9.0 Pie upgrade for the phone is also scheduled for the end of 2018.

But, is that the company of online consumer base for Motorola One Power the redemption device? Will it really address the needs of an average smartphone user? Is it worth it? I would say the device does deliver on the promise of the big battery, which will be easily last you for two days. If you are a photographer enthusiast, you can give him a power as an average camera.

To get the answers to other aspects of the Motorola One Power, here is the detailed review.



The Motorola One Power is a completely sturdy build with a metal back. The phone features the fingerprint sensor on the back, and the very interestingly the Moto logo sits inside the ring of the sensor. The camera setup on the back is in a vertical orientation, similar to what we have seen on the iPhone X and its clones such as the Redmi Note 5 Pro and many other Xiaomi phones. The back of the phone is nicely curved so that the device is easy, even with my tiny hands.
The volume rocker and the power button on the Motorola One Power both sit on the right edge. The stereo speaker and the Type-C port sits at the bottom edge, while the 3.5 mm jack is on top. On the left-hand side of the phone, you have the hybrid dual SIM tray, which can take either nano SIM cards or one nano-SIM and one microSD card.

There's also a catch upfront, along with a centimetre wide bezel at the bottom. The home may be the front camera, an LED flash and the earpiece speaker, along with a proximity sensor.

The only thing that could be a pick off when you pick up the phone at first time, could be its weight - 205gm However, in the review period that I used the Motorola One Power as my primary device, I did sort of get used to the weight Having said that, when you realize that the massive 5,000 mAh battery is inside the fit, the iPhone 8, Moto G5, or the Xiaomi Mi A1. Expecting such a huge battery capacity in a light-weight phone is asking for the moon.



The Motorola One Power features a 6.2-inch FullHD + IPS display, with a resolution of 1,080 x 2,246 pixels. Under the hood, it is powered by a Snapdragon 636 SoC, which has an octa-core processor, with a quad-core cluster clocked at 1.61 GHz, and the other quad-core cluster clocked at 1.80 GHz. The chipset is accompanied with 4 GB of RAM and 64 GB of internal storage, which can be extended to 256 GB using microSD card.

For photography, the Motorola One Power sports a dual-camera setup at the back, which is a combination of a 16 MP PDAF sensor with an f / 1.8 aperture, and a 5 MP depth sensor with f / 2.2 aperture. The rear camera also features a dual-LED dual-tone flash. The smartphone's rear camera also supports 4K video recording at 30 frames per second, and FullHD videos at 30/60 frames per second. Up front, is a 12 MP camera sensor, with an f / 2.0 aperture for selfies.

The Motorola One Power runs Android 8.1 Oreo (Android One) operating system and is fuelled by a massive 5,000 mAh battery, with support for Moto's own Turbo Charge technology.

For connectivity, it includes features like Wi-Fi 802.11 a / b / g / n / ac, dual-band, WiFi Direct, hotspot, 3.5 mm jack, USB 2.0 Type-C connector, Bluetooth 5.0, and FM Radio.


The Motorola One Power features a 6.2-inch FHD + display, which has 81.7 percent screen-to-body ratio and an 18.7: 9 aspect ratio, with a pixel density of 402 PPI.
The display of the Motorola One Power is quite crisp and bright It has a little blue tint to it, but the color accuracy is very good. Photos and videos look great on the display, and I enjoy gaming on the phone. The One Power also supports HD videos on Netflix.
The phone has a wide range of chin, along with a thin strip of bezels on the side and a notch on top. Unless you are using the full display mode, you can see the navigation bar pile up on top of the phone's chin, which together display lot of real estate.
Apart from that, the phone's display adjusts well to ambient light. Even in bright light conditions, the display remains aptly bright in the dark as well, the display is bright enough to be visible, and not too bright to hurt your eyes.



The Motorola One Power runs Android 8.1 is Google's Android One program. Which means, the user interface is neat, clutter-free, and is not plagued with all bloatware. The phone comes with only the basic Google apps and the software 
experience is very sorted and smooth.

Also adding to Google's integration, where your regular albums are replaced with Google Photos, and the Google Lens is clubbed in the phone's camera app so that you can actually use apps for Google Lens, lens icon on the camera app,that sits on the bottom right corner.

The Software Experience There is a new Moto Display mode that has been added, which basically replaced with the notification LED with soft notifications on your display, while the screen is off. There are also Quick Reply shortcuts that you can enable, which will let you reply messages without unlocking the device. The Moto Gestures are very much fun. There is a power that has signature chopsticks and twist for camera gestures.



While the benchmarks are the best indicators of a device's performance, the Motorola One Power seems justhere in the league. The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and the Pocofone F1 
seem to be much ahead.
However, in my experience, I did not have any real issues with the smartphone. I am a sucker for social media apps, and I am constantly shuffling among Instagram, Twitter and YouTube, and I have nothing to complain about that experience

Even while playing games such as Asphalt 9: Legends, Alto's Odyssey and Subway Surfers I did not notice the phone heating up or there being any drop in framerates. The graphics and textures too pretty crisp too.

The call quality on the device is good and the phone comes with a pretty loud and clear speaker, which is powered by Dolby Audio. You can also get your own Dolby Audio app on the phone, which is like your own little deck for adjusting audio.



The Motorola One Power comes with a 16 MP primary camera with an f / 1.8 aperture and a 5 MP depth camera with f / 2.2 aperture and on the front, you have a 12 MP selfie camera. While that sounds great on paper, it's kind of disappointing when tested practically.

In my time, I found The images are edged around the brightness, and have good colors In short, they seem pretty average. But when you see images in low light, they are nothing but dull and disappointing. If you look at the pictures clicked from below, you will see how the images can be used.

For instance, in the picture of my dog, the image has no sharpness in the middle, and the focus is very very soft. There is also plenty of noise in the picture.

The selfie camera is also strictly average. It works well if the natural light is bright and lights up your face, but the camera does not seem to do too much the selfie camera comes with a portrait mode that's AI-powered. Which means, it is the first click your picture and then adds a blur to the background, the strength of which you can choose from settings. When you select the portrait mode option, it automatically asks you to select the strength of the blur on a scale of 1 to 10. However, when you select level 4 or higher, the blur looks very artificial. The edge detectation is also not very good and does not detect the edges of your face and your hair.


The phone really charms you when you go on using the phone and the battery does not seem to be on the world. During the launch of the phone, Motorola was pretty confident about the smartphone's battery, and after that, I can say confidently say that I tested the phone's battery in all kinds of ways.

On a turbo charge, the phone takes about one hour and 10 minutes to fuel up to 100 percent, and on a regular usage (WhatsApp, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, Telegram and Slack like multiple apps). Sharing this might put my business in danger, but I feel it is my compulsion to check my Insta after every 15 minutes, and I do not want to disappoint my fans. And I'm sharing that detail. With that heavy social media usage case, a single charge is allowed for two and a half days.

I also tested the battery by playing games like the Asphalt 9: Legends, Alto's Odyssey, The Sims, Real Racing 3, and Subway Surfers for constant about 90 minutes, and it was impressive how the battery never drains drastically. Of course, there was a drop, but it was gradual and absolutely acceptable.

The PCMark Work 2.0 Battery Life Test also showed a brilliant 18 hours and 22-minute performance. I really have nothing to complain when it comes to One Power’s battery.


The Motorola One Power is priced at Rs 15,999. It will be available for purchase starting 5 October and will be sold exclusively on Flipkart.


The Motorola Moto One Power features a 6.2-inch LTPS IPS display with a resolution of 1080 x 2246 pixels and is powered by a 1.8GHz octa core processor and has 4GB of RAM. It comes with 64GB of inbuilt storage, expandable upto 256GB and has a 16.0+ 5.0-megapixel rear camera and 12.0-megapixel front camera. It comes with Android 8.1 Oreo OS and support a 5000mAh battery capacity with 3G & 4G.
Screen TypeLTPS IPS Capacitive Touchscreen
Screen Size6.2 Inches
Screen Resolution1080 x 2246

ProcessorOcta Core
Speed1.8 GHz

Internal Memory64GB, 4GB RAM
Extendable Memory256GB

Sensor Resolution16MP + 5MP
Video RecordingYes
Front facing camera12MP

OSAndroid 8.1 (Oreo)
FM RadioYes
Bluetooth Features5.0
Dual Sim SupportYes
MessagingSMS, MMS, Email
USB ConnectorYes


WiFi802.11a/b/g/n/ac (2.4 GHz + 5 GHz)

Dimensions76 x 156 x 8.98 mm

Media PlayerYes


Warranty Period1 Year

Warranty Period1 Year

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