Motorola's One family of phones is growing again.
The Motorola One Zoom is now official, and as its name suggests, it's got a focus on camera performance. There are four cameras on the back of the device, including a 48MP main sensor with Dual Optical Image Stabilization, Night Vision for brighter and clearer nighttime photos, and Quad Pixel tech with better light sensitivity for improved low-light photo performance.
The quad camera setup also includes an 8MP telephoto camera with 3x optical zoom and 10x hybrid zoom, and it's got OIS to help ensure your photos and blur-free even when you do zoom in. There's a 16MP wide angle camera with 117-degree field of view on the Motorola One Zoom, too, along with a 5MP depth camera to help you capture those portrait mode photos with blurry backgrounds.
Motorola has also packed a 25MP selfie cam into the One Zoom that uses Quad Pixel tech to help your selfies turn out better, even in low light.
Both the front and rear of the Motorola One Zoom are covered in glass. The front is also home to a 6.4-inch 2340x1080 OLED display with a waterdrop notch and in-display fingerprint sensor, and around back there's a Motorola logo that doubles as a notification LED for the first time.
Packed inside that body is a Snapdragon 675 processor paired with 4GB of RAM, 128GB of built-in storage, a microSD card slot, NFC, and Bluetooth 5.0. There's a USB-C port for charging the 4000mAh battery and 15W fast charging to help you refill that battery more quickly. And unlike some other smartphone's that've launched recently, the Motorola One Zoom has a 3.5mm headphone jack, too.
The Motorola One Zoom will launch on September 5. In the U.S., it's available unlocked directly from Motorola for $449.99 and it'll work with GSM carriers like AT&T and T-Mobile.
It's also launching in Brazil, Mexico, Argentina, and "various Latin America countries" on September 5, with a launch in Europe happening on September 6 at a price of €429 EUR. An Amazon Alexa-enabled version will also be sold in the U.K., Germany, Spain, Italy, and France starting September 5.