Motorola Moto X (3rd Generation) Rumours: 16MP Camera with OIS and Beyond

    There has been a lot of speculation about the third-generation Moto X, and many believe it will be entirely different from its predecessor.

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    Moto X (3rd Gen) Rumours:  16MP Camera with OIS and Beyond

    There have been reports detailing the new Moto X specs and features but not much about its camera. Now, according to a new report, the phone could sport a 16MP camera. Yes, you heard it right!

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    Apparently, the third-generation Moto X will feature a 16-megapixel camera sensor with optical image stabilisation (OIS). In comparison, the second-generation Moto X comes with a 13-megaoixel rear camera and a 2-megapixel front shooter.

    Moto X (3rd Gen) Rumours:  16MP Camera with OIS and Beyond

    Furthermore, the report suggests that the Moto X (3rd Gen) is going to shoot videos in 4K resolution. Apart from UHD recording, the device is said to bring slow motion video capture support option. Users will be able to shoot slow-mo videos at 720p HD resolution up to 240 fps and in 1080p resolution at 120 fps.

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    While this remains vague, spec details regarding the third-generation Moto X are already available but still unconfirmed. It is widely expected the third-generation Moto X will pack a 5.2-inch Quad HD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 hexa-core chipset, 4GB of RAM, 32GB/64 GB native storage options, Android M, and a 5MP camera front-facing shooter.

    Moto X (3rd Gen) Rumours:  16MP Camera with OIS and Beyond

    The Moto X (3rd Generation) is expected to be unveiled later this year and is said to be sold for around Rs. 32,000.

    Source - STJSGadgets


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