After six months of launching the Motorola One series, it is not difficult to get lost when choosing the one that best fits your needs. The two most recent to arrive in Brazil were the Zoom and the Hyper. They have similar specifications but with different proposals. What is the best choice? This is what this TudoCelular.com comparison will help you decide. We have two intermediate-premium phones here, and although they arrived at the same price at launch, Zoom has better build quality with aluminum sides and glass rear. The Hyper is all plastic as in cheaper models of the line and, even so, it manages to be heavier due to the fact of being bigger. The glossy finish on the back can easily scratch, but at least we have a gift cap in the box. If you’re running away from the standard drop-shaped notch that has taken over the market, Motorola’s latest launch brings a pop-up camera as a differentiator. Some may raise an eyebrow for this type of mechanism, but Motorola promises many years of use before it fails. At the rear, we have only two cameras on Hyper, which are aligned with the pop-up camera a strip starts from the cameras and goes to the other end, where the logo and the name of the line are located. The Zoom has a more exotic design that resembles a domino piece. The biometric reader was thrown to the front under the screen. As it is a newer technology, it is not as agile and accurate as the traditional reader found on the Hyper. The two share technology such as Wi-Fi ac for connection to 5GHz networks, Bluetooth 5.0 and USB-C input. If you’re still a fan of wired headphones, both come with standard P2 input. Zoom takes the first point because it has a better finish and is smaller and lighter. Hyper has a little more screen with the same Full HD + resolution, the main difference between the two is in the technology employed, IPS LCD on Hyper and OLED on the Zoom. Fans of vibrant colors will prefer the second option. If you like more balanced colors, you may prefer the already veteran LCD. But this is not the only difference between the two – Zoom’s screen has a slightly stronger brightness, perfect black, less response time and greater uniformity in brightness. In Hyper it is possible to notice that the screen is darker near the edges. And in the sound part, who wins? The two bring only one speaker for mono sound the difference is that in Hyper it is next to the USB port, while in Zoom it is at the top of the device. In terms of sound power, Hyper takes advantage, since it forces the treble more. the Zoom struggles less in the bass, however, it gives the impression of more muffled sound. For videos and music, you will hear the voices more clearly in the Hyper. Both come with the same headset and both deliver great sound quality. We will give you one point for each one: the Zoom takes you by screen and the Hyper by sound. The Hyper has already reached the market with Android 10, but it does not bring news compared to what we have in the slightly modified software from Motorola. There is the same support for gestures on both and also some controls for the notification LED on the rear. As much as Motorola does not touch the interface itself, the extras it offers can help in everyday life however, being a less modified system it was expected to be lighter than that of Xiaomi or Samsung, for example. But we see Hyper suffer from multitasking even though it has a good amount of RAM. As the features are identical in both, we will give you a point for each. Motorola is betting on the same hardware as Qualcomm in both models. You could expect similar performance, and that would make total sense, even though they both had 4 GB of RAM – the Zoom was 19 seconds faster in our speed test. In benchmarks we had the opposite: the Hyper achieved a higher score. In AnTuTu it reached a difference of 50,000 points. It seems that Motorola has optimized the software differently on each device. Which is better to game? Because they have the same GPU and screen resolution, both deliver the same fluidity. More demanding games run with high graphics quality, however, we noticed that Hyper heats up more than Zoom in long games. And that’s why the Zoom gets the better of it because it performs better and heats up less. Another common point in both Motorola phones is the 4000 mAh battery. This amount has become standard in intermediaries, being sufficient to guarantee autonomy for the whole day. In the case of the Hyper and the Zoom, the difference is minimal. By taking both at 7 am from the outlet they will yield until the end of the night in moderate use. If you play too much, it is clear that the battery will run out faster and, possibly, will need to give a second charge at the end of the day. And this is where Hyper’s advantage comes in: it comes with a more powerful 45-Watt charger, which makes it go from 0 to 100% in just over 1 hour. With only 20 minutes in the socket, you recover half the battery to use. Both deliver similar autonomy but we give the Hyper a point for recharging in half the time. If numbers matter to you then the choice will be difficult in the camera segment The Zoom has four sensors at the rear, while the Hyper only two. On the other hand, the latest model brings higher resolution, being 64 against 48 MP. Both use technology that compresses four Pixels into one, allowing you to record more details and capture more light. In well-lit environments, we have good pictures with both devices. Motorola hit the balance of colors and display, especially in Hyper, which still stands out for recording more details. Both bring the Night Vision feature, which is Motorola’s Night Mode. It works best on Zoom, while on Hyper it looks more like a forced HDR. Having OIS also helps the One Zoom in darker places. If you enjoy photographing the distant you will appreciate the One Zoom’s 3x optical zoom. It has good quality and delivers much sharper photos than Hyper’s only digital zoom. The ultra-wide of both does a good job, while the Zoom depth sensor allows for a finer adjustment of the background blur. Here we have a draw. The Hyper records better photos while the Zoom has a more complete camera. On the front, we have the advantage for Hyper with its 32 MP that also compresses 4 pixels in 1 only. It records better quality selfies and makes better use of Night Vision. If you take a lot of photos in the club you will prefer the Hyper to take selfies with superior quality and not suffer so much in dark places. For fans of Portrait Mode, the two do a decent job. Sometimes they fail, especially in darker places, however, again we have a small advantage for the Hyper. For those looking for a good camcorder, they may be a little disappointed with Motorola smartphones. Most of the 2019 releases didn’t do a great job in this area. of all that we tested Zoom is the one that delivers the best quality, in addition to shaking much less than Hyper. Recording with the ultra-wide is recommended in neither, nor even using the zoom feature. The front does a decent job and, again, we have slightly better results in the One Zoom. And so, being better for videos, we give one more point to the One Zoom. The two arrived for R$ 2,500 in the national market – it is an expensive price to be charged by an intermediary, especially in the Hyper with its plastic body. Is it the price to have a pop-up camera? The value of the two fell a lot and are currently below R$ 2000. The Zoom is usually found for less, as it is an older release, and because it is the more complete of the two, it ends up delivering a fairer cost-benefit ratio. With that, we give one more point to the One Zoom. The One Hyper and the One Zoom are similar phones and the choice really ends up being difficult, so let’s summarize for you. The One Zoom has a better finish, is lighter and more compact. It brings an OLED screen with superior quality, better performance and more complete set of cameras. Besides offering better camcorder. In addition to all this, it is usually cheaper than Hyper, which ends up being the most suitable purchase. If you hate notches and prefer Hyper’s pop-up camera, you’ll be bringing a device with a bigger screen and better sound it takes much less time to recharge and with a better camera for selfies. The two deliver a similar experience with the same Motorola features, but overall, we think the One Zoom is worth more than its price. And, by the way, the best prices for both models are right below the description links. Just click and save. Take the opportunity to also comment on your choice and why. 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