Tech specs: Price: $299 | Display: 6.7 inches (2,400 x 1,080-pixel resolution) LCD | CPU: Snapdragon 750G | RAM: 6GB | Internal Storage: 128GB | Rear cameras: 48MP rear f/1.7 wide, 8MP f/2.2 ultrawide, and 2MP f/2.4 macro| Front camera: 16MP f/2.2 camera | Weight: 212g | Dust/water resistance: N/A
Motorola One 5G Ace builds on the Motorola One 5G with an original MSRP of just under $400. You can even find ones going for less than $300 right now. Motorola, owned by Lenovo, has a full range of value devices, but this mid-range smartphone is compelling.
Simply put, it’s a good value for the money and the 6.7-inch display feels good in one hand. The camera system — three cameras on the back and a selfie in the front — is solid in my tests. There are some areas where Motorola cut corners, from the plastic backing to the lack of a certified water and dust resistance rating, but overall, the device feels like a flagship at a fraction of the cost.
One key item here is that the Motorola One 5G has 6GB of memory with 128GB of storage and microSD card support of up to 1TB. Typically, budget phones scrimp on storage and memory. The microSD card support in Motorola One 5G Ace allows you to bulk up a bit if necessary.
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Motorola’s approach to Android rhymes with Google’s stock version of the operating system. A 48MP camera and a solid display round out the Motorola One 5G Ace perks, and for its price, the device makes for a solid everyday smartphone.