Motorola One Vision with hole-punch display and 48MP camera launched

The Motorola One Vision punch-hole camera

The Motorola One Vision punch-hole camera

Let's dive in and see what the Motorola One Vision has in store for us. No US release is planned at this time.

The design here is reminiscent of the Moto G7 series from Motorola, but there are a few core differences to distinguish it from that line of phones.

The One Vision comes with a glass back with rounded corners, and there's a gradient effect on the rear to give it a unique shine in different lighting. You can see below how it changes in direct sunlight. Most phones today use artificial intelligence to anticipate the needs of users and this one doesn't disappoint. That's a fairly unique aspect ratio for a smartphone that makes this phone a little longer and more narrow to better suit movie watching.

After being in the leaks for more than four weeks, Motorola has silently unveiled the Motorola One Vision smartphone in Brazil and other North American markets.

The 25 MP front camera will also be benefiting from pixel binning, if the environment demands it. The top edge of the handset is home to a 3.5mm headphone jack.

There is a fingerprint scanner at the back as well. That placement may prove annoying when you have the phone sat on a desk next to you though.

The phone's 6.3-inch screen has 2,520-by-1,080 resolution at 432ppi.

It's also the first Motorola smartphone to offer a 21:9 aspect ratio display, dubbed "CinemaVision" by the firm, similar to that found on Sony's Xperia X10 and Xperia 10 Plus. The hybrid dual-SIM phone runs on Android Pie and is based on the Android One program. Inside you'll find a Exynos 9609 processor from Samsung, 4GB RAM, and 128GB of storage, which seems generous considering the €299 (about $335) launch price.

The culprit has always been the way phones are financed in the US. It seems like the phone comes in a single variant and it also has a microSD card slot for storage expansion up to 512GB.

"With the Android ecosystem, we empower you with helpful innovations, such as Google Assistant, and responsible features, like Digital Wellbeing, helping you focus on what matters most".

There's a 3500mAh battery in this machine with the ability to use TurboPower recharge tech. It is touted to give you up to 7 hours of power in just 15 minutes of charging. The rear side of the phone is not entirely visible and only the logo of the company can be seen. They showed me some sample images that really pulled details out of deep shadows-almost like Google's impressive Night Sight. The primary sensor is joined by a depth sensor for portrait mode.