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Motorola One
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By: Jolanta Szczepaniak

Great proposition from Motorola

Communication

We can find here the most popular – and the most needed in a contemporary smartphone – communication options. Motorola supports 4G LTE Cat.4 networks, it has a dual-channel Wi-Fi module and Bluetooth 4.2 with BLE. There is navigation that worked without any problems, it quickly caught the fix and guided me both when driving and walking. Fans of mobile payments should be pleased with the presence of NFC.

Voice calls

The smartphone supports two SIM cards in the nano size – in the stand-by mode. In the settings menu we can choose which card will support voice calls and which data transfer. Both slots support 4G networks, but not in the same time. When one of cards works in 4G, the other one switches to 3G. The quality of voice calls is decent, I had no problems with hearing and understanding my interlocutors. And they had equally positive opinion about the call as well. The noise reduction works great, I had no problems with the coverage, the only thing that is missing is the possibility of recording voice calls.


Memory and efficiency

The smartphone has 64GB of internal memory, out of which the user is left with 53.04GB after running the phone for the first time. Let us add that the phone can use microSD cards – of up to 256GB.

Snapdragon 625, supported with 4GB of RAM can handle everyday tasks without any problems. But let us face it – this is an old CPU. Fortunately, it does what it should – but there is something left to be desired. The smartphone works without any problems in an everyday usage, it has no problems with multitasking or even gaming, though we must choose less demanding titles.


Source: GSMchoice.com; viewed: 479 times.


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