Next Motorola One Vision to sell for Rs 19,999: What other smartphones can you buy for same priceThe Motorola One Vision will be going on sale from June 27 in India. For Rs 19,999, it’s quite a good deal and here’s how it compares to its alternatives in that price bracket.advertisement Amritanshu Mukherjee New DelhiJune 24, 2019UPDATED: June 25, 2019 10:31 IST HIGHLIGHTSThe Motorola One Vision is priced in India at Rs 19,999The Poco F1 at Rs 17,999 offers the best specifications in its class.The Galaxy A50 with its triple camera is suitable for shutterbugs.Last week, Motorola announced its One Vision smartphone for the Indian market. Priced at Rs 19,999, the One Vision is Motorola’s latest offering in the affordable midrange segment with some never-before-seen features, apart from the two gorgeous colours variants Motorola is offering in the Indian market. The phone differs itself from its rivals with its unique 21:9 display with a hole-punch camera cutout.The One Vision also has a few other features that could make you go for it. For starters, it is part of the Android One program and comes with a clean stock Android interface that’s guaranteed to be updated to Android Q and Android R. It also looks stylish with its unique gradient pattern. Paired with a Samsung Exynos 9609 chipset and a 48-megapixel primary rear camera, this is a great package for those who want a phone under Rs 20,000.But what if you want to have a look at all the other options? What if the One Vision doesn’t fit your bill for the price? We have narrowed down some of the great alternatives you can consider.Best alternatives to Motorola One VisionPoco F1 (from Rs 17,999)If specs are all that matters to you, the Poco F1 easily tramples the Motorola One Vision. Compared to midrange chips in this price, the Poco F1 uses last year’s flagship Snapdragon 845 chipset. This makes it a good deal for those who only care about performance. On top of that, the Poco F1 comes with a 4000mAh battery with support for fast charging, IR Face Unlock and a pair of good cameras. It runs on MIUI 10 with the Poco launcher and this might irk many who prefer a clean and bloat-free user experience. Also, the phone is made of plastic and it sports a design that makes the Motorola One Vision look extremely modern.advertisementSamsung Galaxy A50 (from Rs 18,499)The Galaxy A50 is more like the One Vision in its approach to a smartphone experience. The Galaxy A50 uses an almost similar chipset as the One Vision and even gets a gradient design, albeit with a plastic rear panel. However, as with most Samsung devices, the Galaxy A50 scores high with its 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display sporting tiny waterdrop notch on top. It also gets an in-screen fingerprint sensor. The highlight has to be its triple camera setup, including a wide-angle camera. With a 15W fast charging equipped 4000mAh battery, the Galaxy A50 is a solid package at this price.Oppo F11 Pro (from Rs 19,999)The Oppo F11 Pro has a seen a massive price cut and is now selling for Rs 19,999. At this price, the F11 Pro has to be the most advanced phone you can buy right now. The highlight of the phone has to be its pop-up selfie camera that makes for a display with no notch or hole-punch cutout for the camera. It also sports beautiful gradient colours, 20W fast charging for its 4000mAh battery and a 48-megapixel primary rear camera. The MediaTek Helio P70 is powerful enough for daily tasks but don’t expect great gaming performance.Nokia 8.1 (from Rs 19,999)The Nokia 8.1 is another great buy at Rs 19,999 if you prefer a premium build and design along with a clean Android experience. The Nokia 8.1 is also an Android One phone and coupled with a Snapdragon 710 chipset, it’s one of the fastest phones you can buy in this price bracket. The cameras also impressed us while the display gets support for HDR+ content.ALSO READ | Motorola One Vision quick review: The cool Moto is backALSO READ | Samsung Galaxy A50 review: Premium features now come at an affordable priceGet real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Posted byAmritanshu Mukherjee Tags :Follow SamsungFollow Motorola
The unprecedented application was filed by the public prosecutor, with Sahib filing an affidavit in support of moving the court. Sahib said he believed that his safety was not guaranteed if he were to attend the trial in the Sepang Sessions Court as witness because large groups of Tamils had gathered there during the last two case managements.He said he was still traumatised by the Sept 4 brutal attack on him at the KLIA, a public area which should have tight security measures. Justice Nordin Hassan said it did not matter what Sahib felt but rather whether he could use his discretion judiciously to approve the application.He advised the lawyers to provide him further submissions on the legal position in Singapore and India as Section 417 of the CPC in Malaysia was similar to those countries.Nordin will deliver his ruling on April 20. (Colombo Gazette) The application in January was made under Section 417 (d) of the Criminal Procedure Code (CPC) for the High Court to grant an order for the general convenience of a witness. Lawyer M Manoharan, who is appearing for the accused – A Kalaimughilan, V Balamurugan and V Ragunathan – said the application was an insult to the Malaysian judiciary, court staff and the police force.“This will open the floodgates for witnesses to make such an application,” he said, adding that there was no material evidence that Sahib’s safety and security was at stake.He said the ambassador could employ security officers to take care of his safety while in the court premises. Government lawyer Suhaimi Ibrahim today told the High Court that Sahib would be reluctant to come to Sepang as the court was located in a secluded area. “I fear for my safety and security if the trial is to be continued in Sepang,” he said, adding that he lodged a police report in January to express his concern.He said he felt safer to have the trial heard in the Kuala Lumpur court as security measures there were tighter and better.Sahib claimed Tamil groups had attempted to harm the staff of the Sri Langkan High Commission and a former prime minister at a Buddhist temple during his visit to Malaysia. Malaysia has filed an application, on the request of the Sri Lankan Ambassador to Malaysia, to transfer a criminal trial from the Sepang court to Kuala Lumpur on security grounds, Free Malaysia Today reported.Last September, three men were charged with rioting and assaulting ambassador Ibrahim Sahib Ansar at the KLIA airport.