Motorola is worming up to introduce its first phone with a pop-up camera. The pop-up camera is coming with 32MP installed with an amazing design – the camera is lined up with the dual camera hump on the back.
The introduction of the hump makes way to another high-resolution sensor. The main camera has 64MP resolution. That’s an upgrade version compared to 48MP sensor found in the Motorola One Zoom and Vision.
There’s no telephoto or even ultra wide camera here, though, just an 8MP depth sensor. The main camera tops out at 4K/30 video recording and also offers 120fps slow-mo at 1080p or 240fps at 720p. There are dedicated Night and Portrait modes.
When it comes the design, the pop-up camera is lined up with the dual camera hump on the back. It is coming with a 64MP main camera on the back with an 8MP depth sensor. In addition to the design, it has a 6.39” screen, an IPS LCD with 1080p+ resolution. The smartphone will also have a fingerprint reader on the back.
The most captivating feature of the phone is its LED-lit ring around the fingerprint reader. It can light up for notifications. Moreover, it will support Android 10 out of the box. It will also be powered by a Snapdragon 675 chipset with 4GB of RAM and 128GB storage capacity. There is also a microSD pot in case the users want to increase the storage capacity.
While this phone is yet to be unveiled, someone got their hands on a unit and wrote up a short hands-on review. If you can read Spanish (or are willing to use Google Translate), you can follow the Source link below.
Source (in Spanish)