Motorola has a history of releasing excellent budget phones, like the Moto G Stylus and G Power. And when the phone-maker launched its first 5G phone, the Moto Z3 in 2018, it was a bargain at the time, despite needing an additional 5G Moto Mod accessory to connect to the next-gen network.
It makes sense, then, that for the new $445 Motorola One 5G the company combined both its affordable phone wisdom and 5G connectivity smarts — all without the need of an accessory — to prove finally that 5G phones don’t need to be expensive in 2020. (Google also recently announced two new 5G phones, both more expensive than the.)
Design of Review About Motorola One 5G
The Motorola One 5G is a solidly built phone, with a metal frame and Gorilla Glass on the front and back. It feels good in the hand, with nicely curved edges, and it’s not too heavy at 6.17 ounces (175 grams). The 6.3-inch display has a 1080p resolution and looks sharp. There’s a small teardrop notch housing the 8-megapixel front camera, and on the back you’ll find a dual-camera system (12MP+8MP) with an LED flash.
PERFORMANCE of Review About Motorola One 5G
The Motorola One 5G has some solid specs for a mid-priced phone. It’s powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 645 chipset and has 4GB of RAM. Storage is at 64GB, but you can add a microSD card for more if needed. The One 5G ran smoothly during my testing, with no noticeable lag or slowdown.
CAMERA of Review About Motorola One 5G
The Motorola One 5G has a good camera for the price. In well-lit situations photos come out sharp with pleasing colors, and there’s plenty of detail captured. However, things start to fall apart in low light, as noise becomes more apparent and details are lost. The Moto Z3 still holds up better in this category. That said, the One 5G’s camera is still better than what you’ll find on most budget phones.
BATTERY of Review About Motorola One 5G
The Motorola One 5G has a 3,000mAh battery, which is average for a phone of this size. I found that it generally lasted a full day with moderate use, but if you’re a heavy user you’ll probably need to charge it at some point during the day. There’s no fast charging support, so it takes a while to fully recharge the battery.
PRICE of Review About Motorola One 5G
At $445, the Motorola One 5G is an affordable option for a 5G phone. It’s still more expensive than most budget phones, but it’s cheaper than most other 5G devices currently available.
The best part about Motorola’s mid-range smartphones is that they run the near-stock version of Android with timely security patches and platform updates. Second gen Moto G6 offers a modern design with an 18:9 display, Snapdragon 450 SoC, dual cameras on the back, and up to 4GB RAM + 64GB storage for $229
In Review about Motorola One 5G
The Review of Motorola One 5G is very good. It’s the best value for the price, and a great smartphone overall. The camera can take nice pictures in most occasions, and it has a high-quality build. Here are some key points:
Design – 9 out of 10 – Pros – This design looks premium with its aluminum back and sleek glass on top of that. I’ve never scratched my screen as far as I know so far. Cons – A plastic body isn’t as premium as a glass one.
Features/Design – 7 out of 10
Performance is very snappy and smooth using the phone everyday, especially when doing more resource intensive tasks such as 3D gaming and multi-tasking.
Battery Life – I can get around 8 hours of screen on time, but it varies with how much you use the phone throughout the day. It only takes about half an hour to charge from 0-100% using Motorola’s Turbo Charger that they provide in the box.