Motorola is known for its lovable budget phones and midrange phones. But when the company launched its latest, Motorola One internationally, the U.S. missed out on it.
Motorola One is coming to the U.S., finally. The new Motorola One has a 5.9 inch notched display. And it comes with a Qualcomm 625 processor, 64 GB storage and 4GB RAM. Its primary camera is a 13-megapixel and its secondary camera is 8-megapixel selfie camera. Its battery has a modest life at 3,000 mAh and the device comes with nano-coating. The phone will work on AT&T and T-Mobile and not Verizon or Sprint.
Motorola One is part of the Android One program, so, it will provide regular updates for the next three years. It will further offer up to two OS updates. Right now, the mobile will come with Android 8.1 but will be available in Android 9 after the update.
It will be exclusively available for now on BestBuy at a premium price of $399. The mobile is only available in black color online. But you can go for the white version of the smartphone when it hits the stores on November 11.
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