Motorola has announced advancement to its one series of smartphones with the new Motorola One Macro. The new version has some budget features compared to the last few Motorola One smartphones. The company previously presented One Action, One Vision, and Motorola One Zoom before the Motorola One Macro. The One Macro is named after its camera system due to its macro lens. It is a piece of kit Motorola hasn’t used in its devices before. It has a 2MP sensor. A macro lens is used to take pictures of tiny objects up close and make them look big. Photographers use these lenses to take snaps of small things like plants, insects and food.
Some smartphones already have macro lenses, such as the Honor 20 Pro, but the kit hasn’t become as popular as telephoto or ultra-wide. The Motorola One Macro’s titular snapper is joined by a 13MP main sensor, 2MP depth sensor for portrait shots, and then an 8MP front-facing camera housed in a notch. It has a slim bezel below the screen but almost none at the top. One Macro has a pop-up selfie camera, one which apparently has a 32MP f/2.0 lens. The screen itself is said to be 6.39-inch 1080 x 2340 LCD. The rear has a triple-lens camera array, with apparently a 64MP f/1.8 main lens, an 8MP f/2.2 secondary sensor with an undetermined lens, and a depth sensor.
There’s a Mediatek Helio P70 chipset, a 6.2-inch LCD display, 4GB RAM and 64GB storage, and 4,000mAh battery. It is noteworthy that Motorola One Macro camera is missing the 48MP snapper of its Motorola One siblings. Motorola One Macro also has a fingerprint scanner at the back with a light-up ring around it and can be used to alert you of notifications. The company hasn’t yet announced its price, but Motorola One Zoom was launched at 449 U.S dollars. The specs and features have indicated that its price could be similar to One Zoom.