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Motorola One 5G UW Ace Ready with Verizon Adaptive Sound

Motorola One 5G UW Verizon Adaptive Sound

Motorola One 5G Uw Verizon Adaptive Sound

The Motorola One 5G was launched almost a year ago. The UW version has been available from Verizon. A new one called Motorola One 5G Ace will be available soon. This model is an upgraded version that will also offer Verizon Adaptive Sound. The latter is a spatial sound system that allows consumers to experience movies, games and music like never before, according to Verizon. This phone features a large 6.7-inch HD screen with a 48MP camera and blazing-fast 5G connectivity from Verizon.

Verizon will launch the phone starting July 8. It will be available with access to the network’s 5G ultra-broadband, as well as the Verizon Adaptive Sound system. It’s only $ 299.99 with a premium unlimited plan.

The combination of Motorola One 5G UW Ace and Verizon 5G Ultra Wideband promises super fast 5G speed. In the US, Verizon 5G is accessible in more than 70 cities. It promises reliable streaming, uninterrupted online gaming, and video conferencing.

The phone has a 6.7 ″ Full HD + Max Vision screen, 5000 mAh battery, 48MP sensor with Quad Pixel technology with ultra wide angle lens and a Macro Vision camera. It runs on a Qualcomm Snapdragon 750G 5G processor. Verizon offers six months of free Google Play Pass if the phone is available with the unlimited “Start” or “Do More” plan. Those on the unlimited “Play More” or “Get More” plan can enjoy up to 12 months free.

The Verizon Adaptive Sound System enables a better mobile listening experience in accordance with George Koroneos. The Motorola One 5G UW Ace will be the first device to include Verizon Adaptive Sound that can be enjoyed regardless of whether you are wearing a pair of headphones, sound bar, or earphones.

What Verizon Adaptive Sound what it does is optimize the content of your device automatically. You can still adjust the audio settings manually. This special feature is expected to be ready on more devices and can be added via software update.