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Moto G First Camera Samples Are Here [PHOTOS]

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Updated: Friday, November 22, 2013, 14:35 [IST]
 
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Newly launched Moto G is undoubtedly the most well executed smartphone made by Motorola. The handset costs half the price of its nearest mid-range competitor. Announced last week in Sao Paulo, Brazil-the Moto X could change the dynamics of an affordable camera phone.

The first detailed review of Moto G is yet to be published, but for a time being tech blog Recombu has come up with first camera samples have surfaced. The first camera photo and video samples have surfaced on the web and it appears that Motorola has done something phenomenal. Priced at £139 (Rs 11,692), the Motorola Moto G is an affordable phone, though; the phone cannot match high-end smart phones.

The Moto G incorporates a 5-mega pixel rear-facing camera with f/2.4 aperture. Early report suggests that the phone's camera is decent considering it is priced at £139 (Rs 11,692). The Moto G's camera is comparable to the Nokia Lumia 620 and many other budget handsets. The Moto G shoots respectable images, noise is under control, and picture quality is pretty decent enough. The report also sheds light on the early camera performance.

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"Images pack pleasing levels of saturation along with satisfyingly high contrast, though scenes with extreme tonal range tend to crumble", reports Rocumbo.

The Moto G's Flash performance is not great and video recorded in 720p HD format turned out well.The camera user interface (UI) is rather simple and less complicated.

You need to tab anywhere on the screen for easy shooting. However, the touch to focus is missing. Manual settings are available; you need to swipe from the left. You can also manually change aspect ratio.

Motorola has designed Moto G in keeping millions of users residing in emerging nation. The handset is expected to hit India sometime early next year in January. The phone has already become a rage across the world citing affordability factor. When Moto G hits India in January next year, it will run the Android 4.4 Kitkat.

The handset has a 4.5-inch IPS LCD display having a resolution of 720p HD. Under the hood is a quad-core processor coupled with 1GB RAM. The handset also comes with Dual SIM functionality, which guarantees success at least in India.

The handset will be available in 8GB and 16GB inbuilt memory with no way to expand internal memory via a microSD card slot. The Moto G is rugged and completely waterproof from inside and outside. The makers have added a non-removable 2070mAh battery fitted inside.

You can have a look at the Moto G first camera samples as you scroll through the sliders below.

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4.5 Inch HD Display

Moto G comes with a 4.5-inch 720p HD display

Moto G To Have Quad Core Processor

Moto G incorporates a 1.2GHz quad-core processor powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 SoC coupled with 1GB RAM 

Android 4.4 Kitkat

Motorola  India to launch Moto G with the Android 4.4 KitKat 

Waterproof Phone

Moto G is a waterproof phone

Moto G To Have Dual SIM

Moto G to feature Dual SIM feature

Moto G To come with 2070mAh Battery

Moto G features a 2,070mAh battery 

Moto G Incorporates 5MP Camera

Moto G comes with a 5MP rear-facing camera 

Moto G comes with 5MP Camera and LED Flash

Moto G also features an LED Flash aside from 5MP camera sensor

Moto G To Be Launched in India Early January

Moto G will land in India around early January next year

Moto G To Be Priced Rs. 13,000 ?

Rumor has it that the Moto G will be priced around Rs. 13,000. 

Internal Memory

Moto G will be available in 8GB/16GB capacities 

Expandable Storage

Users cannot expand the internal memory via a microSD card slot

Removable Battery and Dual SIM

Users will be able to remove battery and add more another SIM

Story first published:  Monday, November 18, 2013, 20:05 [IST]
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