Your wait is over : Motorola One Hyper with 45W Hyper charging, 32MP pop-up camera launched officially

The Motorola One Hyper is the most feature-rich Android One phone Motorola has made yet

Your wait is over : Motorola One Hyper with 45W Hyper charging, 32MP pop-up camera launched officially
Motorola One Hyper



  • The Motorola One Hyper is the first Motorola phone with a pop-up selfie camera.
  • The One Hyper also brings support for 45W Hyper Charge system.
  • Motorola is offering a 64-megapixel rear camera along with an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera.

Motorola has shaken the smartphone market this year with its new Razr but it hasn't lost track of the phones that earn it bread and butter. After coming up with some interesting phones in its Android One series, Motorola now comes up with the One Hyper. If it sounds familiar, that's because it got leaked a long ago. That said, the One Hyper is a completely different phone in many ways even though it shares components with existing Motorola models.

As of now, the One Hyper has only been offered in the US market and Motorola hasn't expressed its intentions of bringing the phone to other markets, including India. That said, the One Hyper is a competitive phone and chances are that Motorola could bring it to the Indian market sometime later in 2020. And if it comes, the One Hyper will challenge some of the bestselling smartphones under Rs 20,000.

It has a new design, some unique features and a pair of promising cameras. Here's everything you need to know about the Motorola One Hyper.

Motorola One Hyper specifications:

Display: The One Hyper is the first Motorola phone in recent years without a display notch. It gets 6.5-inch IPS LCD with Full HD+ resolution.

Chipset: Motorola is using a Snapdragon 675 chip for the One Hyper.

RAM & Storage: The One Hyper comes as standard with 4GB RAM and 128GB storage.

Battery: The phone thrives on a 4000mAh battery and comes with support 45W Hyper Charge system, although it comes with a 15W charger in the box.

OS: The One Hyper runs on the latest Android 10 with Moto Actions.

Rear Cameras: It gets a dual-camera system comprising of a 64-megapixel main camera with F1.9 lens and an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera with 118-degree field of view.

Selfie Camera: There is a 32-megapixel camera sitting on a pop-up module capable of using pixel binning.

Motorola One Hyper features:

--The One Hyper is the first Motorola phone with a pop-up camera system. Prior to this, Motorola had stuck to display notches and thick bezel displays. Due to the pop-up mechanism, the phone gets a fullscreen display with no notch on the top and slim bezels all around. There's a slight chin at the bottom though.

--Since Motorola chose to go ahead with an LCD display, there's no in-display fingerprint sensor. Hence, there's a capacitive fingerprint sensor at the back. However, Motorola has surrounded it with an LED notification ring and that's a cool design feature.

Motorola One Hyper

--The phone stays alive on a 4000mAh battery, which is on par with most phones these days. However, it comes with Hyper Charge system that is essentially a 45W charging system. Motorola says you can get up to 12 hours of battery life by charging it only for 10 minutes. That's faster than what OnePlus and Samsung offer as their fast-charging solutions. However, you will have to buy the 45W charger separately as the phone only comes with a 15W charger in the box.

--Both the front and rear cameras use quad-pixel technology, which means that Motorola could bring its Night Vision technology to both front and back cameras. Hence, users can even use Night Mode while taking selfies. The Night Mode takes long exposures and enhances details as well as colours in challenging lighting.

--The One Hyper comes with Android 10 out-of-the-box. It's a completely clean version of Android with only the Moto Actions built-in. Given that it's an Android One device, expect Motorola to deliver two Android updates.

Motorola One Hyper price:

The Motorola One Hyper has been launched in the US at a price of $400, approximately Rs 28,000. As of now, there's no confirmation as to whether Motorola will bring this phone to India.