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Motorola One Hyper

Motorola One Hyper.

One Hyper. © Lenovo.

Motorola has unveiled a nice little mid-range phone, the One Hyper. It comes with a camera with a 64Mpx image sensor, a 32Mpx pop-up selfie camera, 4Gb of RAM, 128Gb of storage (1Tb with a microSD chip), and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 675 with an octa-core Kryo 460 2GHz processor. It runs on Android 10. The 4,000mAh “hyper”-fast-charging battery (10 minutes with the optional, 45W charger) provides it with 28 hours of use, according to the builder. The LCD 19:9 display has a resolution of 1080x2340 pixels, or 395 pixels per square inch, and covers 90% of the front of the device. Finally, it also has an audio jack, which is always a nice feature. Available in three colours (Deepsea Blue, Dark Amber, and Fresh Orchid) for USD400 (CAD530).

YouTube, “Motorola One Hyper: Life in hi-res.”

Circuit Breaker, Chaim Gartenberg, “Motorola’s new One Hyper has a pop-up camera, Android 10, and a $400 price tag.”

Android Central, Daniel Bader, “Motorola One Hyper hands-on: All the megapixels $400 can buy.”

 

This entry was posted in Tech news in brief
by Laurent Gloaguen.
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