Using an unusual (for Motorola) CPU turned about to be a good choice, because both benchmarks results and the everyday usage are good for this price shelf. Motorola One Vision pleases us with a smooth and mostly stable work, though sometimes it will remind us that it only has 4GB of RAM and we should be slightly more patient. Still – I did not notice any irritating lags, there were no problems with utility apps and games run without any problems – though in some cases there was a message about a lack of compatibility.
It is worth appreciating benefits coming from Android One, like quick and regular updates. My device, during the review, received security updates from the 5th of May. And it is supposed to happen for the next three years. Another nice addition is a large internal UFS memory – 128GB, out of which we have over 110GB of free space from the beginning. We cannot forget about the possibility of using a microSD card – but I will remind you: we do it on the expense of a second SIM card, because the slot is a hybrid one.
The battery’s capacity, which is 3500 mAh, is a bit far from the current standard for middle-shelf smartphones. Just like the lifespan of One Vision. The smartphone cannot impress us with its battery, but do not worry – it will last a whole day.
With another one – there can be some problems, it all depends on how you use the phone. The lifespan with the display on is 4.5-5.5 hours, depending on the chosen scenario. Average lifespans are, to some degree, compensated by quick charging. The battery can be filled in around an hour and a half.