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    Motorola One Vision with quad-pixel cameras lands in the UK

    You can snag it today for £269 from Amazon, John Lewis, Vodafone and others.
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    Re: Motorola One Vision with quad-pixel cameras lands in the UK

    Looks good - if I was in the market for an Android device this would be on the list. Not sure about the punch hole - front facing camera really should be in the centre if you are using it for video comma, but that might look odd. While this might appear to the “no notch” brigade, I think the notch might be a better solution.

    But then style and design is very much a matter of personal preference.
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    Re: Motorola One Vision with quad-pixel cameras lands in the UK

    Quote Originally Posted by peterb View Post
    Looks good - if I was in the market for an Android device this would be on the list. Not sure about the punch hole - front facing camera really should be in the centre if you are using it for video comma, but that might look odd. While this might appear to the “no notch” brigade, I think the notch might be a better solution.

    But then style and design is very much a matter of personal preference.
    I prefer either a notch with notifications / time either side (OLED screens can make this look like it's not even there if the screen is white on black) or, ideeally, just a thicker bezel (is that the right word? I'm too tired to check) at the top / bottom to put a proper sensor suite and microphone / speaker in. A hole in my full screen video is just too annoying. If you turn that bit of screen by the hole off so it's not displaying video / text with a hole in it, well you might as well have just had a notch or a "big" bezel thing to begin with.

    I was quite happy with my S8 but oddly enough it had an update recently and since then, it has slowed down noticeably and started hanging when it didn't used to. Funny that. I'm sure Samsung didn't mean to.

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    Re: Motorola One Vision with quad-pixel cameras lands in the UK

    Another phone with a Sony IMX586 sensor then....
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