The power supply of the whole shebang is a 5000 mAh battery, which we hope to see many days of use, as it is paired with a chipset that absorbs energy instead of consuming it. Meanwhile, at the back sits a quartet of cameras: You’ll spend most of your time shooting with the main, 48-megapixel wide sensor, but it’s surrounded by a 2-megapixel depth sensor, an 8-megapixel ultra-wide camera with a 118-degree field of view and a curious 5-megapixel macro camera for extreme close-ups. Now the jury still doesn̵
The situation with the front camera is just as surprising, as Motorola considered it good to add two of them here. The first is a relatively clear 16-megapixel camera with an aperture of f / 2.0 and you can count on this one to deliver stronger selfies. Meanwhile, the other camera is an 8-megapixel ultra-wide, which Motorola says can squeeze an additional three or four people into the frame at once. Throw in a side-mounted fingerprint reader, headphone jack and NFC for all these contactless payments from the COVID era and feel like we’re looking at a phone that can give Google’s new, cheap pixels a real battle in the emerging 5G environment – range smartphone war.
Of course, all too often there is a difference between the potential of a paper phone and its performance in the real world. Motorola is expecting a launch soon, so stay tuned to see how its unusually attractive new phone faces the competition.