All eyes may be on the new Motorola Razr, but if your budget is more in the sub-$400 range and your focus is high resolution photography – and a pop-up selfie camera – then the Motorola One Hyper might fit the bill. Freshly announced today, the latest addition to Motorola’s One series comes with a 64-megapixel camera on the back … Continue reading (Date:12/04/2019 14:02) Read full article >>

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