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Motorola One / P30 Play (2018)

alaTest has collected and analyzed 89 reviews of Motorola One / P30 Play (2018). The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.1/5 for other Cell phones for all reviews. People really like the camera and size. The performance and design also get good feedback. Reviews are divided on the usability, and there are some critical views about the screen.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Cell phones the Motorola One / P30 Play (2018) is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 96/100 = Excellent quality.

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Expert review by : Basil Kronfli (trustedreviews.com)

Motorola One Zoom Review: Is four cameras too many?

 

The Motorola One Zoom is the latest rival to the Pixel 3a. It hopes to claim a spot as one of 2019's best mid-range smartphones by offering four cameras.

Almost a flagship camera;Clean, stable UI;Fantastic battery life

Less powerful than some competitors;Has a mono speaker;Good, but not great, design

Sep, 2019

Expert review by : Alastair Stevenson (trustedreviews.com)

Motorola One Review | Trusted Reviews

 

Motororla's Android One smartphone has promise

Tasteful design ; iPhone XR looks, much lower price ; Good day-to-day performance

There are better cameras at the price ; Rivals have more power... ; ... and more pixels

A tasteful, likeable Android.

Oct, 2018

Expert review by : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Moto One Zoom review: Going big on cameras, not on price

 

Moto's first quad camera phone, the Zoom joins the One series with a different take: its illuminating logo and purple finish show just that.

Smooth operation with clean software experience ; Solid battery life ; Quad camera is reasonable - and at a fair price point

Poor in-screen fingerprint scanner ; Irksome auto-dimming ; Design is at odds with other One series phones ; Less powerful than Xiaomi Mi 9T Pro

A fairly affordable phone with solid cameras, decent battery life, smooth operation and a large screen. The fingerprint scanner is poor, the design feels outside of the current One family, too, and there's stiff competition from Xiaomi. But, all in,...

Oct, 2019

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Motorola Moto One Zoom review

 

Quad cams and a laundry list of top features could make Moto's latest the One to go for

A mid-ranger with a varied and capable camera bag ; Battery that can keep going and going ; Flagship features like in-display finger scanning

A bit lacking on the grunt front ; OLED screen is good rather than great ; Price is knocking on the door of superior smartphones

Moto's all-rounder attempts to muscle in on the mid-range with a stacked feature list, great battery life and multi-purpose camera, but still loses out to more laser-focused rivals at this competitive price point

Sep, 2019

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Motorola One Action review

 

A sideways take on smartphone video? It's about time

Ultrawide screen puts cinema-style viewing in your hand ; Great performance for the cash ; You'll never take a vertical video again

Battery can't go the distance ; Can't miss that humongous hole-punch ; Rotated snapper is useless if you don't shoot video

Camera gimmicks aside, the Moto One Action is a well-rounded phone for sensible money. Vanilla Android and a sizable screen make up for middling battery life and only average quality photos

Aug, 2019

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Motorola One review

 

Modern looks and a sensible price make this Motorola, The One

Pure and simple design ; Good general performance ; Sells at a good price post price-drop

Screen isn’t the sharpest ; Camera hardware is relatively weak

An affordable way to get hold of a modern-looking notched phone on which you can rely

Jan, 2019

Expert review by : Mike Lowe (pocket-lint.com)

Motorola Moto One review: The affordable, affable mid-ranger

 

Motorola dabbles in Android One with the mid-range Moto One. But can this 5.9in phone, notch and all, offer enough to compete?

Sub-£200 price point is its real sell ; Fantastic battery life ; Fuss-free software ; Good-looking design with some flagship flourises (glass rear ; Fingerprint scanner ; Trim bezel)

Underpowered for gaming ; Cameras aren't good in low-light ; A bit slow to load some apps ; Stronger spec in competition (Honor Play ; Nokia 7.1) ; Screen should be higher resolution

For £200 there are few phones as rounded and long-lasting as Motorola's affordable push back into the market. That said, its near competition offers greater hardware and resolution for just a little more cash. But, on balance, for the right price the...

Dec, 2018

Expert review by : Basil Kronfli (techradar.com)

Motorola One Zoom review

 

The Motorola One Zoom is a mid-range phone that has a flagship camera setup, and while it doesn’t deliver top-tier power, it’s a very compelling package. There’s a big screen, a near stock take on Android inside, and an under-display...

Excellent camera for the price Great battery life In-screen fingerprint scanner

Beefy camera bump Mid-range power Mono speaker

The Motorola One Zoom is a very good mid-range phone with a virtually flagship camera. While there’s no denying it cuts corners to cost what it does – it isn't the best looking phone around and its power is anything but top-tier – the One Zoom will...

Oct, 2019

Expert review by : Jon Mundy (techradar.com)

Motorola One Action review

 

We’ve grown accustomed to the Moto G family dominating the budget smartphone market by now. But more recently, Motorola has introduced an intriguing second strain of classy-but-affordable handsets in the form of the Motorola One family. Earlier...

Crisp Android One OS Strong performance Smooth, easy to shoot video

21:9 aspect ratio isn’t widely enough supported Camera isn’t phenomenal

Like the Motorola One Vision immediately before it, the Motorola One Action is a strong and stylish Android One phone with exemplary poise and performance. Anyone on a strict budget looking to shoot lots of fluid video should take particular note.

Sep, 2019

Expert review by : John McCann (techradar.com)

Hands on: Motorola One review

 

An iPhone X look-a-like for a third of the price

Premium look ; Large, bright display ; Will get Android Pie quickly

Glass feels a little cheap ; 'Only' 720p resolution

Oct, 2018
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