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You know how glass phones get smudged with fingerprints the moment you pick them up? Not the Motorola One Zoom

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This phone has four rear cameras and a satiny finish that keeps your finger grease from building up.

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The Zoom has a U-shaped notch at the top of its 6.4-inch OLED display.

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It'll launch with Android 9 and, in typical Motorola fashion, it has a software interface that's as close to pure Android as you can get from a phone that isn't Google's own Pixel.

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The camera array on the back is arresting to look at. You get: a 48-megapixel main sensor, 8-megapixel telephoto with 3x optical zoom, a 16-megapixel ultra-wide angle camera and a depth sensor to improve portrait shots and change the background after the fact.

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There's an optical in-screen fingerprint reader on board.

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You'll also be able to unlock your phone through the typical Android methods of a password, PIN, pattern and face unlock, the latter of which is considered more convenient than secure.

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You want a headphone jack? You got it.

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The midrange Motorola One Zoom isn't ludicrously thin, but it isn't terribly chunky either.

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You can buy the Motorola One Zoom for $450 unlocked from Motorola.com, and for 399 euros in Europe. It will also sell in Brazil, Mexico and Argentina.

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