Motorola One Hyper, hands on: A competitive mid-range phone with good screen, cameras and battery life Review

Motorola’s household of Just one smartphones consists of the Macro, Eyesight, Action, Zoom and Hyper types, each and every designed with (reasonably) self-explanatory use conditions in head. For the £269.99 (inc. VAT) Motorola Just one Hyper, the standout characteristics are the maximum resolution digicam, the premier display and the accolade of remaining the only Just one handset with a pop-out front digicam.

The Just one Hyper is a chunky 6.five-inch mobile phone, measuring 76.6mm vast by 161.8 deep by 8.9mm thick and weighing 200g, that is a little bit unwieldy to hold. The resolution is two,340 by one,080 pixels (395ppi, 19:nine factor ratio), and the IPS TFT Liquid crystal display panel is shiny, sharp and very clear. There is no digicam notch or slice-out due to the fact, as observed, the Just one Hyper has a pop-up selfie digicam. This arrangement will never be to all tastes: selfies can be

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