Impressions of Motorola One Action
Full report on Motorola's One Action smartphone after one week of'daily driver'use. Here is how Moto's latest stock Android One handset fares for camera abilities, performance, battery life and daily play.
I've only examined the One Vision and now Motorola is right back with the One Action, a triple-lens cellular with very similar features and hardware. The key big difference might sit in the camera electronics, but I favor that new device as a result of the cheaper selling price (£219 within the UK) as well as having less dilemmas which bugged the previous Moto One.
And while I just rounded up my favorite stock Android smartphones of 2019, the Action absolutely deserves a invest that line-up. It's remarkably beefy as a result of the rapid Exynos chipset, as the battery life won't let you down. And the Moto app gives in certain respectable motion support, including simpler one-handed use - convenient when you have a expanded 21:9 display.
So have you been persuaded by the Motorola One Action? Tell us under!