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Energy Ring battery indicator now supports many new devices from Realme, Xiaomi, Honor, Motorola, and iQOO

From "Edgeless Displays" without physical buttons to wrap-around panels boasting a whopping 180.6% screen-to-body ratio, smartphone manufacturers have tried to push the limits in the war on bezels. Putting aside those futuristic concept phones, notches and pop-up cameras are indeed useful to present a near bezel-less experience. The hole-punch design is another viable alternative to...

Motorola One Vision/Action Android 10 kernel source code now available

Compared to the monumental popularity of Qualcomm's Snapdragon series of SoCs, the adoption rate of Samsung-designed Exynos chipsets by third-party smartphone makers is remarkably low. Apart from the Korean OEM itself, companies like Meizu and Vivo have occasionally picked up Exynos chips. Motorola also joined this small club by incorporating the Exynos 9609 SoC in...

Motorola Camera update brings Google’s Playground AR Stickers to the Motorola One Vision, One Action, and One Zoom

Despite Motorola's perennially erratic update support for its devices, the company does a pretty fine job at keeping its own Camera app constantly up-to-date, even if they're not really a household name like Huawei or Google when it comes to stellar camera performance. Motorola cameras can do the job and the Motorola Camera allows it...

Motorola One Action Review: A Worthy Competitor to the Xiaomi Mi A3

Motorola announced its new One series last year with the Motorola One and Motorola One Power being the first devices representing the new lineup. The company later this year went on to launch the Motorola One Vision, targeted at the upper mid-range segment. While the device was praised for its hardware, it failed to garner...

Motorola One Action, Redmi Note 8, OPPO Reno 2, and Huawei Mate 30 forums are open

Another week is slowly wrapping up and we've got a slew of new forums to open! This wasn't a super busy week for phone announcements, but we've still got 4 devices to add (some of which haven't launched yet). The four devices are the Motorola One Action, Redmi Note 8, OPPO Reno 2, and Huawei...

The Motorola One Action with a GoPro-esque “Action Cam”, 21:9 display, and Android One launches in India

Lenovo-owned Motorola set the precedent for a highly competitive smartphone market in India with the OG Moto G. Over the last five years or so, it has lost its market to Chinese brands which dominate most of the market share in India. Lately, Motorola has been sweating it out to revive its lost dominance and...

Motorola One Action announced with GoPro-esque wide-angle camera

Motorola's latest addition to the "One" series is official. After a launch date was rumored last week, the company officially announced the Motorola One Action today. As the name implies, this is a phone with a focus on "action." One of the areas where that is most noticeable is the 3rd camera, which features a...

[Update: Possible Pricing and Launch] Motorola One Action appears online, confirms Android One, Exynos 9609, and tall 21:9 display

Motorola seems to have embraced the Android One program in recent months. Their first Android One smartphone was the Moto X4, but last year they created a new lineup called the Motorola One series. The Motorola One and One Power were joined this year by the Motorola One Vision. It's an interesting smartphone because it...

Here’s how “Action Cam” on the Motorola One Action might work

Motorola unveiled its latest smartphone, the Moto E6, earlier today, but it's your typical low-priced budget smartphone. We know the brand is working on more exciting devices like its foldable Razr, the quad-camera Motorola One Pro, and the tall Motorola One Action. On the surface, the Moto One Action seems really similar to the Motorola...

[Update: New render in blue] Motorola One Action renders reveal triple rear cameras and punch hole display

The Motorola One line looks to be expanding again. The first Motorola One devices launched nearly a year ago with the One and One Power. Last month, the Motorola One Vision launched and it featured the company's first punch hole display. The next device looks to be the Motorola One Action. The "One" moniker relates to...