Lenovo-owned Motorola has introduced Motorola One Zoom that comes with a four-camera set up at the rear and 3D satin glass on the back that “virtually eliminates” the problem of finger grease that often builds up in phones with glass finish.
Unveiled at IFA 2019 late on Thursday, the Motorola one Zoom camera system features a 48MP main sensor, an 8MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom, a 16MP wide-angle camera that snaps a 117-degree field of view and a 5MP depth sensor. It also features a 25MP front shooter.
Motorola One Zoom, announced at a starting price of 429 euros (around Rs 34,000), packs a 4000 mh battery and is equipped with a biometric sensor which is conveniently located underneath the 6.4-inch full HD Plus OLED display.
The iconic Motorola logo is featured on the back of the device. It illuminates in different ways to tell users whether they have got a phone call or a text message in order to notifiy them without being disturbed. Motorola One Zoom runs Android 9 OS.
Motorola claims that the 4000 mh battery can last up to two days. The phone will be available in three colours — grey, bronze and cosmic purple.
Motorola also introduced the newest addition to the Moto E family — the Moto E6 Plus — which features the first-ever dual camera system on a Moto E device.