Motorola One Power Review in Hindi, Motorola One Power Review

Motorola smartphones are known for good build quality, almost stock Android UI, regular updates, and aggressive pricing. The situation has changed in recent times. Software updates are not as regular as they used to be and prices are also gradually becoming higher. as an example Moto G6 Plus Take it, it was launched for Rs 22,499. This is the highest price ever for any Moto G series phone. other side, Moto G6 ,review) And Moto G6 Play The weaker processor does come with its challenges. For this reason, it appears that these phones do not provide as much value for money as the older Moto G series handsets.

Now Motorola in partnership with Google has launched a new Motorola One Power The smartphone has been launched in the market. This phone is part of the Android One program. The price is Rs 15,999 which is aggressive compared to current Motorola products. Nokia 6.1 Plus, Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro Like popular smartphones are available at this price. In such a situation, it will not be easy for Motorola One Power to make its place in the hearts of customers. Will this phone be successful in doing this? Let us know…

Motorola One Power design

Motorola One Power is the first smartphone from Motorola to come with a notch in India. The phone has a large 6.2 inch display. There is Motorola branding on the bottom bezel. The phone is a bit bulky. Its thickness is 9 mm and weight is 205 grams. Holding the phone in hands for a long time causes discomfort. The back of the phone is made of metal plate, but the sides are made of plastic. In comparison, glass has been used to make Nokia 6.1 Plus which gives it a premium look. Motorola One Power has a dual camera setup on the back. The camera module houses both the lenses and a dual-tone LED flash.

Motorola has the fingerprint sensor on the back, along with the Batwing logo. Its position is excellent. The power and volume buttons have been placed on the right side. The SIM tray is on the left. We liked that the power button was easy to reach. But there is difficulty in reaching the volume buttons.


The headphone jack and secondary microphone are at the top. Two grills are provided at the bottom, out of which the speaker is present in the right one. It is possible that the speaker may get blocked while using the phone in landscape mode. There is a USB Type-C port at the bottom. The large 5000 mAh battery provided in the phone supports fast charging. Motorola provides a 15 watt turbo charger with this phone.

Motorola One Power specifications and software

The specifications of Motorola One Power are very powerful. It seems that Motorola has paid close attention to the handsets of other companies before making this phone. The hardware is the same as Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro and Nokia 6.1 Plus. Qualcomm Snapdragon 636 processor has been used in the handset. This is an octa-core chipset. There is only one variant of One Power which comes with 4 GB RAM and 64 GB storage. If needed, it is possible to use a microSD card up to 256 GB.

The 6.2-inch LTPS IPS display has full-HD+ resolution. Its aspect ratio is 19:9. Viewing angles are excellent. There is no problem in reading on the display outdoors. Motorola has provided the facility to control the color temperature of the display in this phone. There is support for Bluetooth 5.0, dual-band Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n/ac, GPS, FM radio, and USB OTG. It comes with dual-SIM support. But it does not have dual 4G support. This means that only one SIM will work on 4G network, the other on 3G network.


Being part of Google’s Android One program, the Motorola One Power runs pure stock Android. It runs on Android 8.1 Oreo. This phone is guaranteed to get security updates for three years and Android updates for two years. At the time of launch, Motorola had informed that work is going on to bring Android Pie for this phone. Beta version will be released soon. If you’ve used stock Android or prefer it to a custom UI, you’ll love the Motorola One Power.

Motorola has also provided Moto Actions in the phone. Users will be able to take actions on the phone with the help of gestures. The Motorola One Power has Moto’s double chop gesture which activates the flashlight. It is possible to activate the camera app by double twist. The Moto Display feature activates the display when a notification comes and the phone is picked up.

Motorola One Power performance, battery life and cameras

A very strong processor has been used in Motorola One Power. While using the smartphone, we did not feel it slowing down. You can do multitasking easily. It has 4 GB RAM which makes multitasking smooth. However, we found that the smartphone took some time to unlock when using the fingerprint scanner. The display vibrates after scanning the fingerprint. But it was slow to activate the display. It does not have the face unlock feature which has become a part of almost every smartphone today.

In our HD video loop test, the phone lasted for 16 hours and 8 minutes, which was possible due to the 5000 mAh battery of this phone. The battery life of Motorola One Power is impressive. The 15 watt turbo charger also charges the phone quickly after the battery is completely drained. The phone’s battery was charged 31 percent in 30 minutes and 71 percent in 1 hour. It took about two and a half hours to get fully charged.


There is a dual camera setup on the rear. The primary sensor is 16 megapixels. It is equipped with phase detection auto focus. The second is a 5 megapixel depth sensor. A 12-megapixel selfie camera is provided on the front panel. It is equipped with F/2.0 aperture. Motorola’s camera app has modes like Photo, Video, Portrait and Expert. In Expert mode you will be able to control white balance, exposure, ISO and shutter. Toggles are provided for HDR, flash, timer and different aspect ratios. The camera app also has Google Lens support, which means you will be able to focus on an object and search for it with recognition.

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In daylight, the One Power quickly scans the scene and prepares the camera for the shot. We were able to capture good detailed images with the One Power camera in daylight. It had trouble focusing the way we wanted for macro shots, which required us to tap the screen several times. But after focusing, the camera took sharp pictures. Camera performance degrades in low light. There is lack of detail along with sharpness in the photo. Night mode is available. But the phone does not activate this mode automatically. To use this mode, you will have to go to the settings and make changes again and again. In night mode, pictures come out sharper and with better details.

The secondary depth sensor comes in handy in portrait mode. You can set the level of background blur. The portrait shots we took had good edge detection and didn’t look unnatural at all. The selfie camera took good selfies. Selfie flash proves to be a useful feature in low light. The phone has a beautification toggle. Which smoothes the output. Auto HDR mode is also available for the selfie camera. Motorola has also provided depth effect with the selfie camera. You’ll be able to set the level of background blur here too. The pictures look good. But edge detection remains average. You will be able to record 4K videos from the primary camera and up to 1080 pixels from the selfie camera. The output remains shaky due to no video stabilization.

our decision
Motorola One Power has been launched in the market at the right time. Especially considering its price. Its build quality is good and it will run on pure stock Android. The most important feature of the phone is its large 5000mAh battery. Being part of the new Android One program, this phone is guaranteed to get security updates for three years and Android updates for two years. But it does not have dual 4G, which is a surprising decision considering the price. Overall, the One Power is an all-round handset. It will be especially liked by those people who want strong battery life with stock Android in this segment.

However, the difficulties for One Power are also big. coming with the same hardware Nokia 6.1 Plus And Asus ZenFone Max Pro M1 Will give strong challenge. You will get better build quality in Nokia phones and this is also part of the Android One program. On the other hand, the ZenFone Max Pro M1 offers more RAM and is also the cheapest of the three. for power users Xiaomi Mi A2 ,review) whose price (Rs 16,999) is slightly higher. But it comes with powerful hardware and better camera.

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