Motorola made another device official last Friday, One Action. The third model of the line, the smartphone brings as big news an action camera, which captures videos in landscape mode when the user holds the phone while standing.
Otherwise, it’s not much different from One Vision: plastic trim and glass rear and front trim, 21: 9 hole-in-screen display, Full HD + and 6.3 “resolution, Exynos 9609 platform and 3,500 battery mAh, plus the Android 9 Pie operating system developed in conjunction with Google.
With the same hardware features as One Vision, some better software optimization is expected to fix one of the biggest problems with the first half model: will autonomy be better?
One of the steps of our analysis is the battery test, standardized and always performed using the same apps at the same time on each phone we tested. And you can follow the progress of the test in real-time right here on this page. Just follow here and take the time to answer your questions in the comments.
Just return to this same address on Monday, starting at 7 am, to follow the live blogging test. We publish screenshots with each usage cycle, with some comments and guesses about the progress of the test.