One Zoom: we saw the Motorola four-sensor smartphone

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Motorola presented the One Zoom at IFA 2019. This new smartphone is the first of the brand to sport a photo module with four sensors. A specificity that seems to be the norm at the end of the year.

Motorola presented the One Zoom at IFA 2019. This new smartphone is the first of the brand to sport a photo module with four sensors. A specificity that seems to be the norm at the end of the year.

Image 1: One Zoom: we saw Motorola's four-sensor smartphone

As said before, the One Zoom integrates no less than 4 photo sensors: the main 48 Mp sensor with optical stabilization, a 5 Mp sensor for depth, a wide angle of 16 Mp (117 °) and a last sensor of 8 MP with 3x zoom.

It also has a mode Night vision and an AI Shot function. This optimizes the quality of the shots by offering to change the shooting mode depending on the subject identified. For the rest, the front sensor takes selfies in 25 megapixels.

4 sensors and Oled screen

The Motorola One Zoom offers a superb screen 6.1 inch OLED, as well as a 4,000 mAh battery. Practical, the rear logo of the device lights up in different colors depending on the alerts received (notifications, email, etc.). The One Zoom has a particularly attractive design, in glass with a “brushed metal” look. It is available now at € 450 (4/128 GB).

At the Lenovo conference just held in Berlin at the IFA, Motorola also announced a new entry-level smartphone, the Moto E6 Plus. It has a 6.1 inch LCD screen, a 13 megapixel photo sensor and a fingerprint reader. All for a price of € 170 (available end of September).