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The Motorola One Hyper brings a pop-up camera, all-screen design for $ 400, Ars Technica

The Motorola One Hyper brings a pop-up camera, all-screen design for $ 400, Ars Technica


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There’s a 3.5mm headphone jack, no notches, and a MicroSD slot.

      

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                          The Motorola One Hyper.

                                                                                               

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                          That is a whole lot of screen.

                                                                                               

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                          The back features a rear fingerprint reader and two cameras.

                                                                                               

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                          A side view, which offers a look at the camera bump.

                                                                                               

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Motorola has what might be the best-looking mid-range smartphone with the “Motorola One Hyper, “a $ 400 phone with flagship touches like an all-screen front design and a motorized, pop-up camera. It’s like a miniOnePlus 7 Pro! You won’t find any notches or other screen blemishes here.

For specs, you have a 6.5-inch 2340 × 1080 IPS LCD, a 2GHz Snapdragon 675, 4GB of memory, 128 GB of storage, and a 4000 mAh battery. The are two rear cameras: a 64 MP main sensor and a 8MP wide angle lens, and a 32 MP front camera. Both the main front and back cameras have a pretty high megapixel count, and both have an optional “quad pixel” mode, which merges every four pixels together for better light pickup.

There’s a rear fingerprint reader, a 3.5mm headphone jack (!), A microSD slot for expandable storage up to 1TB, and NFC. There is clearly some cost cutting here, but that’s to be expected at $ 400. You’ll get a USB-C port capable of 45 W quick charging, but you’ll only get a 15 W charger in the box. The body is made of plastic, and while it has a “water-repellant design” there’s no official IPxx rating. Motorola is not great at OS updates, but at least out of the box, the phone has Android 10.

The One Hyper is being sold unlocked, and it’s GSM compatible, so in the United States it will only work with AT&T and T-Mobile. Buy the One Hyper direct from Motorola and the company will even throw in a Moto G6 or G6 Play (a $ 249. 99 value) with your purchase.

        

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