What the Critics Are Saying...
- Nathan Spendelow, Expert Reviews
Despite early promise, the Motorola One Hyper doesn’t live up to expectation. The main reason why you’d want to pick one up – the 45W charging capabilities – can’t be used unless you pay extra for a fancy charger. If you don’t do that, you simply have to make do with regular charging speeds, which i...
- Basil Kronfli, TechRadar
The Motorola One Hyper comes in at a fantastic price, given everything it does. The all-screen design is striking in all the right ways and the 64MP camera impresses. While it has got some screen cropping issues gamers should be aware of, and there’s no optical zoom here, it checks all the right box...
- Peter Phelps, TrustedReviews
Overall this is a good all-round device that offers a strong showing in key areas such as camera, battery, screen, and software. It’s held back by some slightly underwhelming factors (such as an inconsistent fingerprint scanner, poor call quality, a poor ultra-wide camera) that stop it from being re...
- Mike Lowe, Pocket-lint
There are now a whole host of phones in the Moto One series. The Hyper is a solid offering in many departments, with a clean software experience, great battery life, notch-free screen, and ample power to boot. But it's not got the most versatile cameras of the lot (that goes to the Zoom), which may...
- Florian Schmitt, Notebookcheck
The Motorola One Hyper is a chic mid-range phone that has good performance, with a battery life that is on par with its class, doesn't get too warm, can display colors quite accurately and comes with good cameras. The case is also chic, the fingerprint sensor is fast and the LED ring on the back is...
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Motorola backs up the One Hyper with a 1 Year parts & labour warranty.
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