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.
I had this phone for a week and has been excellent, fast, reliable, no bloated apps, 5G in 90% of the places I have been, regular updates, battery life, enough memory and expandable memory, Qualcomm chip, I love Moto's phone, been with them since early, to the smartphones now, X4, to the G Powers, compared to over $1K phones, for what I do, txt, apps, phone calls, is worth it, I only play games, movies, etc. once in a while, when I have too. But this phone is great for me for I do 90% of the time. I know is not the same Moto it was before, since is owned by Lenovo, but still heading to the right direction.
I went to bed last night with 70% battery left!!!
Its not a thousand dollar phone and should not be judged as such so ignore the snobby experts who compare it to something much more unaffordable.
Im upgrading from a S7 edge that I have owned for 3 years. Its snappy fast in comparison, has a great screen, and battery life is so amazing. Most people just want a reliable phone where they dont have to bother about being attached to the charger like this one. The snobby experts suggest buying the more expensive Big Tech Google Pixel which doesnt have as good as a battery and no SD card. No thank you. I love this and I am ordering another phone for my wife. And if you live in Oklahoma City... Mint mobile is crazy cheap without a contract and provides great 5G! 60mpbs down and 50mbps up. Thats Mint mobile using the T mobile towers by the way.
One of the best ways to beat the high cost of monthly cell phone cost, is to buy a unlocked phone. You can find good phones for well under 500 dollars. Then just take your phone to a high quality prepaid carrier and pay 40 dollars a month, with no hidden fees.
I upgraded from a Samsung S6 that I paid 700 dollars for in 2016, but just 40 dollars a month for service, After phone outlay, my monthly mobile cost stay low. The Motorola 5g Ace is a bargain at 399. So kick those cell phone blues to the curb, and buy yourself a unlocked phone at Best Buy.
Ok, Pros..Large Bright Screen, Super Fast Snappy Processor, suitable for 5 spreadsheets open at once and your stock tickers in trade mode with both Teams and Outlook running in the background as fast and as good as any phone that costs a grand. Battery lasts for 2 days avg use and 3 on standby...maybe the best 5000 mili Amp skam. diagram for power consumption I have seen. 128 on board, 5g, aux jack and micro SD slot...Please Phone snobs should have their heads examined. You can game Call of Duty with no lag or Freeze for 12hrs or more on one charge.
Cons Only Ok Camera, Poor Macro, No Zoom. plastic body, no Gorilla Glass, ships with Android 10. Mono Speaker.
For $279 bucks this is the best mid range 5g phone you can buy. It doesn't need Super AMOLD or 90k refresh rates..and neither do you. This LCD delivers a hi res crisp ppi that is bright enough for most situations. The speaker is mono but loud enough to fill your board room. Also no phone can deliver true stereo because in order to do that the channels need to be further apart than any phone can place the speakers, Look it up. Try it..Add a quality case, a set of ear buds or head phones and you just saved $600 over the cost of that Galaxy.
Nice phone-works with Verizon post troubleshooting
Owned for less than 1 week when reviewed.
I upgraded from and unlocked G7 to the unlocked Moto One 5g Ace. This phone has exceeded my expectations;
1) The screen is great - extremely sharp resolution
2) Very snappy and smooth - no hiccups
3) Cameras are fine, at least multiple times better than the G7
4} Battery life is pretty good, though time will tell.
Now for Verizon - As many complained, text messaging did not work initially so I went to a Verizon store. The rep talked to a Verizon engineer who fixed the issue, but that fix disabled phone calls. Another call to the Verizon engineer fixed that as well.
This is a Verizon issue, not a phone issue, so if you purchase an unlocked phone and experience these problems, go to your local Verizon store for a fix before returning the phone.
Best Buy requires a $45 restocking fee which is a bad deal. However I needed the phone right away so I took the chance. Next time, I would order directly from Motorola.
In summary, at the $349 sale price this is a good phone. I'm very happy with my purchase.
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Brand response from Motorola Customer Care
Hi AudionutMN, Wow! This is such awesome feedback! Thanks for purchasing our product and we're glad that you're satisfied with the phone's features. If you're interested, we'd like to hear your story and share it with other One 5G Ace users here:https://forums.lenovo.com/t5/motorola-one-5G-ace/bd-p/motorola_one_5G_ace_en. We love to hear you from there. -Mitch
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Very nice phone
Owned for 1 month when reviewed.
Love this phone. Had a motorola phone before this one and liked that one too. Battery life has been 2 days +. Love that it has 128GB as I was so tired of worrying that I was putting too much on my phone. Camera is fine. I am not a big picture taker so it works for me. Sound is fine with speech but a little harsh with music. Calls are crisp and clear. Overall this is a very nice phone considering the lower price and I would buy it again!
The analysis of all aggregated expert reviews shows that the reviewers are positive about usability, reliability, connectivity and battery. Editors are less positive about portability and durability. Using an algorithm based on product age, reviewers ratings history, popularity, product category expertise and other factors, this product gets an alaTest Expert Rating of 87/100 = Very good quality.
TechRadarRating, 4 out of 54.0Mark Knapp on February 18, 2021
Motorola One 5G Ace reviewThe Motorola One 5G Ace delivers 5G, a big screen, and speedy performance on a budget, even if it's a little basic elsewhere.
Tom's GuideRating, 3 out of 53.0Philip Michaels on January 15, 2021
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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: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:AnswerHi Brent, Thanks for your interest. If you look at this page, the device is expected to receive Android 11: https://motorola-global-portal.custhelp.com/app/software-upgrade/g_id/1949#gs=eyJndWlkZUlEIjo1ODAxLCJxdWVzdGlvbklEIjoxLCJyZXNwb25zZUlEIjoyNywiZ3VpZGVTZXNzaW9uIjoiS1lUMnpyYnAiLCJzZXNzaW9uSUQiOiJYTkNXeXJicCJ9. -Jess