Motorola One Action Unboxing + Pre Review (Action Camera Phone With Android One)



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GSMDome.com unboxes and does a quick review for the Motorola One Action. It’s an Android One device, with a triple back camera, that features 90% of the Motorola One Vision specs. It’s priced at around $250 and comes with a pearl white body, made of glass and metal. It has a 6.3 inch screen with a selfie camera cutout, plus an Exynos 9609 processor and 4 GB of RAM. There’s also 128 GB of storage, a microSD card slot and a 3500 mAh battery. The device uses a triple back camera with a 12.6 MP main cam, 8 MP wide action camera and 5 MP Bokeh camera. There’s also a 12.6 MP selfie camera here.

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14 Replies to “Motorola One Action Unboxing + Pre Review (Action Camera Phone With Android One)”

  1. Gino Guillermo

    I am torn between the One Action & the One Vision.
    I'm downgrading my Galaxy S9+ to a more reasonable and modest phone.

    I need to find a phone with a slightly wider angle front & rear cameras, something with decent/above average night photos (with somewhat less noise), a decent/above average 2-3x zoom (with somewhat less noise), natural-looking photos and not oversaturated, a "loud enough" stereo speakers (75dB & above), fast updates (similar to Android One) and a camera that has decent/above average dynamic range (less overblown highlights on the background like sunlight or artificial indoor lights). A less buggy (more optimised) software, stereo recording (192kbps & above) and safe in splashes or light rain would a bonus for me.

    Comments and advice please.

  2. imran khan

    I'll be sticking with my Moto g7 plus. 27 watt charger, pearl drop notch, I like the action camera on this phone but I believe the g7 plus has a better camera sensor for pics and the dual speaker's are amazing. This phone is really good though for the price. Might pick this one up for my sibling.

  3. Sean Burns

    I don't know why they keep using Exynos chips,they are poor for battery life compared to Kirin or Snapdragon. But i am looking forward to the Motorola Zoom

  4. Kruzz Yadav

    I read about this phone just yesterday and you made a video on it. Amazing. The only thing I don't like in one vision/one action is that 3500mAh battery. I wish it had a bigger battery. Then it would be a perfect phone.

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