Motorola One Vision Display
The One Vision has a 6.3-inch LCD display with a 1080×2520 resolution, and it’s… fine.
It’s not the sharpest display on the market, but it’d be naive to expect otherwise, given the price. Moving images on the screen can become a touch blurry, but the contrast isn’t too bad, and the colors are nice and warm.
The screen did struggle in bright sunlight, though, so if that’s a big concern for you, we’d recommend something with an OLED display.
There are, however, two big quirks with the One Vision’s display. First, the punch hole camera. Perched in the top left corner of the display, at first it can seem like a big black hole intruding on your display. However, after you spend some time with the phone, you genuinely stop noticing it.
This is down to the software, primarily. When using apps, the area surrounding the camera becomes effectively useless. It either turns completely dark, or matches the color of the app – making it seem less of an issue. Punch holes are, in our minds at least, much better than notches.
The other quirk is that the One Vision has a 21:9 aspect ratio. We’ve expressed concerns over this display type before, but in the One Vision, it works better. That said, we still found it slightly too tall on occasion.