motorola one 5G ace is here which could only mean one thing. Superfast 5G speed for all. Download movies in seconds. Get over two days of battery life. View everything in true-to-life color on the 6.7" Full HD+ Max Vision display. And capture sharper low-light photos with the 48 MP camera system. The future is fast, and it’s here today with motorola one 5G ace. Android 10.
Download your favorite movies in seconds. Stream intensive online games without any lag. And feel like you’re right there in the room during video chats. Compared to 4G, 5G delivers more bandwidth, lower latency, and reduced lag time, so you’ll never miss a thing
Compatible with all major U.S. carriers, including Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile. Also compatible with prepaid carriers including Cricket Wireless, MetroPCS, Google Fi, Simple Mobile, Total Wireless, Tracfone, Net10, Mint, and H2O.
48 MP triple camera system with AI
The sensor gives you sharper, brighter photos using Quad Pixel technology. You’ll never miss a moment thanks to laser autofocus. No matter what the conditions, the f/1.7 aperture lets in more light, while large 1.6μm quad pixels deliver 4x low light sensitivity.
6.7" Full HD+ Max Vision display
Watch movies come to life in vivid, true-to-life colors with improved brightness and contrast. Feel like you’re right there in the room on video chats. And view your favorite games with brighter details, so you can fuel that epic win.
6 GB RAM + 128 GB Storage Memory
Keep multiple apps open at once and move effortlessly between them with 6 GB of LPDDR4 RAM. Plus, with 128 GB of storage on the phone, there’s plenty of room for songs, videos, and movies—and you can add up to 1TB with a microSD card.
Over 2 days of battery life
No one likes running out of juice. Work and play to your heart’s content without worrying about recharging. The 5000 mAh battery keeps you going strong for more than 48 hours, so you can go all weekend long on a single charge.
In addition to lightning-fast 5G data speeds, the Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor delivers faster CPU and faster GPU performance than the previous generation. Stream desktop-quality games smoothly on the go. Watch vivid, lifelike graphics render in an instant.
Advanced water protection
Water repellent. Worry proof. Never let spills or splashes get in your way. Whether you’re going for a run or taking a call in the rain, a water-repellent design keeps your phone protected inside and out.
Adapts to you and the way you use your phone, learning your preferences as you go. Your experience gets better over time, and it keeps things running smoother and longer.
The 48MP sensor combines 4 pixels into 1, for an effective photo resolution of 12MP.
*Water-repellent design creates a barrier to help protect against moderate exposure to water such as accidental spills, splashes or light rain. Not designed to be submersed in water, or exposed to pressurized water, or other liquids; may diminish over time. Not waterproof.
Supports up to 1TB microSD card, microSD cards sold separately. Content with DRM restrictions may not be able to be moved to the card.
Available user storage is less due to many factors, including operating system, software and functions utilizing part of this capacity; may change with software updates.
Water-repellent design creates a barrier to help protect against moderate exposure to water such as accidental spills, splashes or light rain. Not designed to be submersed in water, or exposed to pressurized water, or other liquids; may diminish over time. Not waterproof.
Sim Card sold separately
Based on 5G sub-6GHz network connectivity, providing 125-360Mbps download speeds to the average user. Available with 5G service plan and 5G network coverage (available in certain areas in 2020, expanding after that). See carrier for details.
A:AnswerThanks for your interest, Andy. If you look at our carrier compatibility list here: https://www.motorola.com/us/carrier-compatibility, this device is compatible with AT&T. However, 5G support will be added later. - Mike
A:Answer...if not compatible with Xfinity wireless, why are they selling them on their site to their Xfinity wireless customers? Do I have to call them instead of believing Motorola site checking for compatibility? When was Motorola site updated for this accurate check before I purchase? Find a good product and deal at the provider then I can't use the product because someone is not up to date or is not honest...I'm a little confused on to buy or not to buy or just wait til my 4G phone craps out? I have only used Motorola for past 1.5 decades and disappointed when I checked about 20 Motorola phones and none are compatible with Xfinity Wireless carrier?
A:AnswerNo... it has 6GB of RAM, and either 64GB or 128GB of storage space depending on which phone you buy. It also has the capability of adding an expandable microSD card, up to 1TB.
Per Motorola's specifications:
Qualcomm® Snapdragon™ 750G 5G
Up to 1TB microSD card6 expandable
64GB built-in / 128GB built-in
A:AnswerMine was 10 Watts as well, and that's what Motorola includes with all of the phones as far as I know. The phone supports up to a 15W charger, which should theoretically charge at about a 50% faster rate, approximately.
The battery is 5000 mAH (milliamp hours) which is quite a bit of battery power for a phone. That's equivalent to 5 amp hours. 10 watts at 5 Volts DC is 2 amps, and you're taking a battery that's down to 30% (1500 mah) back to a full charge... that's going to take a bit longer than other phones because the battery is so big. So a charger that's capable of 2A charging for 1.5 hours = 3AH, or 3000 mAh for a total of about 4.5AH, or 4500mAH. Close enough to 5000mAH given battery recharging capabilities.
A 15 watt charger at 5 vdc is 3A. That's a 50% increase in output. But when we compare charging times, what does this gain you? 3A per hour, or 3000 mAH from 30% (1500mAH) means it will take about an hour vs. hour and a half to recharge to the same point. (Battery recharge rates are not linear, so these values are approximate.) It's faster, but it's still going to take a while because the battery is so big.
An alternative is to plug in randomly throughout the day to get a bit of a charge here and there. I do this sitting at my desk at work, or when I'm running around town in my vehicle. I rarely see 80% or less this way, but I typically plug in when I sleep at night.
Hope this helps.