Motorola is working on a smartphone with four cameras on the back, according to leaked images and video render of the device. The device also has a fingerprint scanner in the screen.
Mysterious Motorola smartphone leaked out
The mysterious Motorola smartphone has a 6.2-inch bezel-less display with a small chin and a notch for the selfie camera at the top. The dimensions are 159x75x8.8mm, reports the usually reliable
The device is probably not from the Moto G series. The manufacturer has recently released four new devices in that range, including the Moto G7 and G7 Plus. The device in the image has four cameras on the back and a fingerprint scanner under the
Four Cameras With One 48 Megapixel Sensor
This year, almost every manufacturer seems to be releasing a smartphone with more than two cameras on the back. For example, the Samsung Galaxy S10 has three cameras at the rear and the Huawei P30 Pro even four. The Sony Xperia 1, LG G8 ThinQ and Xiaomi Mi 9 are also equipped with three cameras on this side. The absolute record is the Nokia 9 PureView, which has five cameras on the back.
The image suggests that Motorola will use the same camera technology as Nokia. The device has four lenses that look identical. To the left of the bulge is the caption ’48 megapixel’. Now we don’t know if the images from the four cameras are combined into one 48 megapixel photo, just like the five Nokia 9 cameras that make a 60-megapixel photo together or there is a dedicated 48MP sensor.
We don’t know anything about the release date or which phone is this going to succeed. Is Motorola working to release a