Motorola launched its affordable smartphone, Moto E in India earlier this month. We already brought you the hands-on, photo gallery, unboxing and the benchmarks of the smartphone recently. Here we have the camera samples from the smartphone. It has a 5-megapixel rear camera without flash. It is a fixed-focus camera, unlike the Moto G’s 5-megapixel auto focus camera. But it has a range of similar features such as HDR, Click to set exposure, Panorama, Geo tagging and option to turn off shutter tone.
Since this has SD card support you save images directly to the SD card. So, how does the camera really perform? Here is our Camera Review of the Moto E.
Check out some camera samples (Click to view the full resolution image) below.
Since the phone doesn’t have auto focus, we couldn’t capture macro shots.
It can also record videos at a FWVGA (864×480 pixels) resolution at 30 fps. It also has a secondary microphone that offer better audio quality. Check out the video sample.