MOTOROLA ONE ZOOM REVIEW: DESIGN AND SCREEN
The Motorola One Zoom comes with a 6.39-inch Super AMOLED screen running at a resolution of 1,080 x 2,340 pixels, and we’ve certainly got no complaints with the display – it’s sharp, it’s vibrant, and it shows off everything from websites to movies very well indeed. As far as the screen goes, the handset really does give you more than you would expect from the price.
Around the sides of the screen the bezels are slightly thicker than on the very best-looking phones of the moment, and there is a teardrop notch up at the top of the screen, but those are concessions we’re perfectly willing to make for the lower price. The fingerprint sensor is embedded under the display as well. [ Also read this: Motorola One Action]
As far as the overall aesthetics of the Motorola One Zoom go, we’re reasonably happy, if not exactly blown away. The quad-lens camera housing and large-ish Motorola logo take up a significant amount of the back of the phone, and add a significant bump to the thickness of the handset as well (that thickness comes in at a respectable 8.8 mm or 0.35 inches, by the way).
Your colour choices are grey, purple and bronze, and you do get a 3.5 mm headphone jack (something of a rarity these days) as well as a USB-C data and charging port. Overall we’d say the design and build quality of the Motorola One Zoom is solid but not spectacular, and it certainly feels comfortable and secure to hold.
Motorola One Zoom Price in India [update: 2019/11/07]
Moto One Zoom (4GB RAM | 128GB Storage)
Moto One Zoom (128 GB)(4 GB RAM)
Motorola One Zoom Price in USA [update: 2019/11/07]