Next gen Motorola Moto Z and Moto X to have better camera, for low light photography

    Rumors are rife that Motorola's next generation Moto Z and Motorola Moto X will be better than the current generation models, though it is too early to have our say about the 2017 Editions of the phones. According to a new report, the next generation Moto X and Moto Z will flaunt cameras with larger pixels to let more light in.

    Next gen Motorola Moto Z and Moto X to have better camera

    Reportedly, Lenovo owned Moto will replace the rear camera of the phone with high pixel camera to give users better photography experience. According to @Ricciolo1's tweet, Lenovo plans to lower the Megapixel count on next year's Moto Z and Moto X rear cameras.

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    However, it will increase the size of each pixel. With bigger pixels, photography results will be better, especially in low light conditions. Lenovo is expected to use good quality lenses, and will keep features such as laser auto focus and OIS on the 2017 Moto X and Moto Z smartphone.

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    Seems like the company plans to offer a technology that works similar to the HTC's Ultrapixels feature that let more light enter camera lens. In fact, Samsung also used similar technology on its current generation Galaxy S series smartphones, including the Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge.

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    Next gen Motorola Moto Z and Moto X to have better camera

    However, considering that there is still significant amount of time left till we see the next generation Moto X and Moto Z smartphones, we can't assure if the rumors will turn out to be true.


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