Unboxing the Motorola One Zoom, a £379 Moto smartphone boasting a quad-lens camera, 6.4-inch OLED screen, stock Android and a sleek satin glass design. As well as reviewing the specs, we setup the Motorola One Zoom and tour the hardware and software, from that camera tech to the punchy display, optical fingerprint sensor and every other feature.
The highlight of this device is of course the optics - Lenovo has slapped on a 48MP primary lens, backed by wide-angle, telephoto and depth lenses for a flexible setup. You have Moto's usual AI features on board, plus an array of bonus modes to play with.
The rest of this mid-range mobile also impresses. You get a solid media setup, including a FHD+ 6.4-inch panel with headphone jack and Bluetooth 5 support. The Motorola One Zoom delivers smooth performance with the Snapdragon 675 chipset, and the 4000mAh battery means hopefully you should keep going all day long on a single charge, with 15W TurboPower support for juicing back up again.
Full camera test and in-depth review of this Moto blower coming imminently!