Motorola’s smartphones tend to be budget champions, but lots of them also come with bizarre and strange features. Now, the company has boosted itself with the announcement of the Motorola One Action. The Motorola One Action is the latest smartphone in the One line after the Motorola One Vision. It comes with some of the features from its predecessors, such as a 21:9 6.3-inch display and a ‘punch-hole’ front-facing camera. There are some new features and one amazing new addition provides the phone’s name.
This feature is the Action Cam and it is one of the One Action’s 3 cameras. This camera will allow you to record in 4K quality with a 117-degree field-of-view and. It can also twist video 90 degrees around, so you can hold your phone vertically while filming horizontally. In this way, the recording video sounds like a novel experience. The other 2 cameras are a 12MP main snapper and a 5MP depth sensor. The Action Cam has an ultra-wide-angle lens. So, you’ll be able to use it in lieu of a dedicated wide-angle rear camera. The Motorola One Action runs on an Exynos 9609 chipset. It is noteworthy that the Exynos processors are designed by Samsung and usually reserved for Galaxy smartphones, and previous Motorola One phones have used them.
The battery size of Motorola One Action is 3,500mAh and the device supports 10W fast charging. There’s also a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is indicative of the phone’s affordable status. The One Action has 4GB of RAM and you’ll be able to fit 128GB of your files and media on it. Moreover, there is expandable storage if that’s not enough. You can now get the handset in the UK and it will set you back £219 or about $265. It is considered an affordable smartphone, but expensive when we talk about cheaper smartphones.