Review of the Motorola One Hyper, the latest Moto mid-range smartphone to hit the UK, after a week of using it as my personal mobile. Here’s the skinny on that camera tech, the stock Android 10 UI, performance, battery life and all the other important bits.
Now, Motorola hasn’t exactly held back with its launches of late. As we hit 2020, I’ve already lost count of how many Moto One blowers have been released, although the Hyper is definitely a worthy addition to the family. The camera hardware has been upgraded over the G8 Plus, Action and other recent devices, and I love the results from the dual lens setup. It’s not as versatile as the Zoom, but it’s very good indeed.
The Motorola One Hyper also offers a smooth everyday experience with Android 10. You get all those great features like a dark mode and navigation gestures, with no clunky overlay. Plus, the performance and battery life are solid for the asking price.
You can check out which Moto phone might be best for you in my full Motorola comparison, published just last week, where I compare and round up the many, many handsets from these guys that I’ve reviewed.