In its Motorola One lineup, Motorola continues to turn out camera-focused products. The Motorola One Hyper is named for “Hyper Charging.” The phone accepts a 45W charge to its 4,000mAh cell, and Motorola says you can get a day worth of power in 10 minutes.
Motorola is using a pop-up selfie camera to give the front of the device a completely screen-filled look with no notches. There’s also a headphone jack, which makes it pretty hyper.
The Motorola One Hyper features a large 64MP main camera with a fairly wide f/1.9 aperture. Although most of the time, you’ll be shooting 16MP image size binds with your phone’s pixel. The main sensor also features a phase detection autofocus and a laser autofocus flight time sensor for superfast focusing.
The main camera is 8MP wide-angle lens, clocking at 118 degrees. The Hyper sports a 32MP pop-up selfie camera on the front, complete with a pleasing, whirling tone. Once, this Quad Pixel camera is going to spend most of its time shooting at 8MP.
There’s a Night Vision mode for low-light photography, manual mode and RAW performance to tweak the perfect shot, and Best shot to select the best-looking picture. The Motorola One Hyper can also record 4K videos at 30fps and 1080p videos at 60fps.
The Moto One hyper uses a bezel-less 6.5-inch 1080p IPS LCD panel, so there’s no OLED here, but it looked pretty good. The fingerprint sensor on the rear also has a ring light around it, which is lights up for notification.
The Motorola One Hyper is the company’s first Android 10 phone out of the box. The Motorola One Hyper will be available for $399.99 from Motorola.com. It’ll be available in Deep Sea Blue. Fresh orchid color is only available globally.