India, May 16 -- Motorola is finally catching up with the competition with its new Motorola One Vision. Launched in Brazil on Wednesday, One Vision is Motorola's first phone with punch-hole camera, 48-megapixel rear camera, and glass gradient back panel. The smartphone is priced around Rs 23,000 and will be released globally including Asia, Middle East, and Australia in coming months.

Motorola One Vision is based on Google's Android One. Out-of-the-box, it runs on Android Pie and is eligible for Android Q update whenever it's available. It is also eligible for Android R update which is expected to launch in 2020. With Android One, users get near-stock Android experience, guaranteed security patches, and best of Google's software features...