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Motorola One Macro - 6,2 Inch,64 GB/4GB,Dual Sim,Android 9 - £99.99 + £10 Top Up @ EE
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Motorola One Macro - 6,2 Inch,64 GB/4GB,Dual Sim,Android 9 - £99.99 + £10 Top Up @ EE

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Posted 3rd Mar

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Motorola One Macro, with its macro lens camera in a 13MP triple camera system, you can now capture close-up photos with more details. An additional laser autofocus sensor allows you to focus on your subject instantly even in the most challenging lighting conditions. The 4GB RAM and 2.0GHz octa-core AI processor allow lag-free multitasking; plus the dedicated APU enables smarter AI-driven photography. The 4000mAh battery guarantees up to 45 hours of use. Enjoy watching content on a 6.2 Max Vision (19:9) HD screen with a 82% screen-body-ratio.

13MP Triple camera with a dedicated Macro lens. The dedicated macro vision camera brings you 5x closer than normal, letting you capture extreme close-up shots. Never miss a thing using lightning-fast laser autofocus.

45-hours battery. Work and play to your heart's content without worrying about recharging. The 4000mAh battery keeps you going for up to 45 hours.

2.0 GHz Octa-core AI processor. Don't waste time waiting for apps to load. Using the power of AI, a powerful octa-core processor works more efficiently.

6.2" Max Vision HD+ display You can bring the tiniest details to life. Give your favorite movies a bigger screen that stretches from edge to edge and enjoy an immersive experience.

Model number: XT2015-1.

Network:

  • Network provider: Sim free.
  • 2G, 3G and 4G network capability.
  • Dual SIM card phone: supports 2 SIM cards simultaneously.
  • SIM card type: nano SIM and nano SIM.
Display and Design:

  • 6.2 inch TFT LCD display.
  • With a density of 271 pixels per inch.
  • Touch screen.
  • Toughened glass.
Dimensions:

  • Size H157.6, W75.41, D8.99mm.
  • Weight 186g.
Camera and Video:

  • Dual camera.
  • Front camera 8MP.
  • Rear camera 13MP.
  • Second rear camera 2MP.
  • LED.
  • Camera features: Macro mode, Portrait mode and more.
  • Video capture in 1080p HD quality.
Storage:

  • Internal memory 64GB.
  • Expandable memory up to 512GB when using microSDXC card slot. Boost your storage to hold more tunes, holiday snaps and extra apps.
Technical specifications:

  • 2GHz octa core MediaTek processor.
  • 4GB RAM.
  • Operating system: Android Android 9 Pie.
Battery:

  • Up to 665 hours standby time.
  • Up to 2939 minutes talk time.
  • 4000mAh battery capacity.
Product features:

  • MP3 and MP4 player.
  • Headphone port.
  • Fingerprint scanner For simple, safe and speedy unlocking and better security.
Connectivity:

  • Wi-Fi.
  • Bluetooth.
  • GPS.

Still £159.99 at Lenovo, Amazon, Argos etc
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No compass if that is a concern. Motorola seem very averse to them.
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Wonder if this would be unlocked?
But only after 6 months you can unlock it
Motorola phones are normally easy to unlock

Eg
piyushee03/03/2020 06:22

But only after 6 months you can unlock it


That's only for pay monthly phones.
tyr03/03/2020 07:36

Here are some comments on the previous …Here are some comments on the previous post:https://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/moto-one-macro-64gb-at-payg-ee-for-99-99-10-topup-3401634


Didn't realise it was posted a few weeks ago, performed a search for 'Motorola one macro' and only 2 old deals came up.
No NFC?
thunderdog03/03/2020 09:47

No NFC?


Doesn't seem to be. Checked Argos too, not mentioned there either.
So my Windows Lumia 640 XL is now losing the few things that i used it for, one of those was Whatsapp which was nice to keep for family sending photos and stuff......so would this phone be good to replace it android phone wise, i have had this phone since 2014 so i am out of the phone loop somewhat....so any advice would be much appreciated from the phone professionals.
Got 3 Lumia phones sitting in a drawer was offered £2 each for them when i bought a new phone from O2.
Benodet03/03/2020 10:07

Doesn't seem to be. Checked Argos too, not mentioned there either.


Not for me then. Thanks.

Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a battery which can last a day easily, even with location turned on.
XP20003/03/2020 10:11

So my Windows Lumia 640 XL is now losing the few things that i used it …So my Windows Lumia 640 XL is now losing the few things that i used it for, one of those was Whatsapp which was nice to keep for family sending photos and stuff......so would this phone be good to replace it android phone wise, i have had this phone since 2014 so i am out of the phone loop somewhat....so any advice would be much appreciated from the phone professionals.


If you weren't bothered by Windows phone so far than this or any other phone voted hot around this price range will be fine for you. No need to spend more. Decent set of specs , similar size to your old phone(with less bezels around the screen).
litwoojczyznomoj03/03/2020 10:59

If you weren't bothered by Windows phone so far than this or any other …If you weren't bothered by Windows phone so far than this or any other phone voted hot around this price range will be fine for you. No need to spend more. Decent set of specs , similar size to your old phone(with less bezels around the screen).


Windows Lumia.... That's a blast from the past
I agree... Any mid range phone will feel like a luxury compared to Lumia.
^^Ah, good stuff, i only need the phone for text, calls whatsapp and a few apps for two tier security on steam, xbox, battlenet and so on......cheers.
Edited by: "XP200" 3rd Mar
Dembe03/03/2020 11:11

Windows Lumia.... That's a blast from the past I agree... Any mid range …Windows Lumia.... That's a blast from the past I agree... Any mid range phone will feel like a luxury compared to Lumia.


To be fair Windows Phone only lost support in the last 2 years.
No compass if that is a concern. Motorola seem very averse to them.
XP20003/03/2020 10:11

So my Windows Lumia 640 XL is now losing the few things that i used it …So my Windows Lumia 640 XL is now losing the few things that i used it for, one of those was Whatsapp which was nice to keep for family sending photos and stuff......so would this phone be good to replace it android phone wise, i have had this phone since 2014 so i am out of the phone loop somewhat....so any advice would be much appreciated from the phone professionals.


This is a very nice phone for money. Similarly spec'd devices from the competition aren't competitive on price, plus this device presents itself nicely too. If you were potentially looking for another 6 year investment it might be worth spending a bit more but if I were you I'd get this and see how you get on.
Nice phone for the price, unlocked it pretty quick with EE. No NFC and powered by a Helio P70, always found it strange that its only 2.4 on the WiFi. It did some light gaming on it, nothing 1st person shooter but was fine as a spare or for me ma that I gave it too.
thunderdog03/03/2020 10:19

Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a …Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a battery which can last a day easily, even with location turned on.


Perhaps a decent option.
thunderdog03/03/2020 10:19

Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a …Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a battery which can last a day easily, even with location turned on.


Same here. Happy to spend a bit more but ideally want Android 10 and NFC.
It's a nice phone this.... Played with it in CPW and launch's apps pretty quickly like YouTube and Maps

Decent price for 4gb ram and looks nice as well
thunderdog03/03/2020 10:19

Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a …Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a battery which can last a day easily, even with location turned on.



Have you looked at the Nokia 7.2 Amazon have it for £217.99 and I think it ticks all your boxes (bar the £200 one!)
Thanks for posting as I really need a new phone. Is there any obligation to continue on EE or could I buy this, get it unlocked and not buy anymore topups from them other than the £10 in the description?
Without a compass wouldn't Maps be almost useless ?
is this come with headphone jack and USB-C?
DonkeyKonk03/03/2020 12:49

Without a compass wouldn't Maps be almost useless ?


Nooooooooo.....
Depends, I've used phones without and got on OK. You certainly don't need a compass for driving but walking it can come in handy, certainly not essential. I found with walking you can just follow the dot and rotate the map manually.
Mark_Baker03/03/2020 11:50

No compass if that is a concern. Motorola seem very averse to them.


thanks i'll never buy a phone w/o a compass. makes navigating by foot or bike a total pita.
whythelongface03/03/2020 12:45

Thanks for posting as I really need a new phone. Is there any obligation …Thanks for posting as I really need a new phone. Is there any obligation to continue on EE or could I buy this, get it unlocked and not buy anymore topups from them other than the £10 in the description?


No just phone them and you can get it unlocked after a few days.
thunderdog03/03/2020 09:47

No NFC?


Motorola Moto Ones with Dual sims tend not to have NFCs, In my experience you can have a Moto One with Dual Sim OR NFC but not both. Ran into this a few times with Amazon deals. Not sure if this is just a UK thing though.
Hammer200603/03/2020 13:01

Depends, I've used phones without and got on OK. You certainly don't need …Depends, I've used phones without and got on OK. You certainly don't need a compass for driving but walking it can come in handy, certainly not essential. I found with walking you can just follow the dot and rotate the map manually.


Woa there!! I find it absolutely necessary when driving. When in slow moving or stationary traffic, your position jumps all over the place without a compass. Bloody nightmare when in central towns...
Any idea how many years this will get security updates for?
chitychatty03/03/2020 13:54

Woa there!! I find it absolutely necessary when driving. When in slow …Woa there!! I find it absolutely necessary when driving. When in slow moving or stationary traffic, your position jumps all over the place without a compass. Bloody nightmare when in central towns...


Had this issue on a motorola G4, it would give instructions too late, eg turn left way long after you'd drven past...
I have a Motorola One (XT1941-4) dual sim with NFC - bought at Argos...
Edited by: "roycol99" 3rd Mar
thunderdog03/03/2020 10:19

Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a …Not for me then. Thanks.Looking for a good sub £200 phone with NFC, and a battery which can last a day easily, even with location turned on.


A Redmi Note 8T ??
Bunglistik03/03/2020 14:03

Had this issue on a motorola G4, it would give instructions too late, eg …Had this issue on a motorola G4, it would give instructions too late, eg turn left way long after you'd drven past...


You had hearing checked?


Joke
Dembe03/03/2020 14:36

You had hearing checked?Joke


Cool story bro...
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