Motorola is reportedly working on a new smartphone that could four cameras at the back panel.
The most recent smartphones from Motorola is its Moto G-series. Each camera will bring a specific setting that will bring forth a new photography experience to its potential users.
It will also use a small tear-drop notch - much like that of the OnePlus 6T - for the objective of housing its front camera. Leaks of a possibly new Motorola flagship posted at CashKaro may indicate that the Schaumburg, Illinois-based Telecommunications Company is not letting its fans down.
After a series of leaks consisting vital information and photos on Motorola's upcoming successor P40, CompareRaja has published an exclusive report on the low-end Moto P40 Play that will be launched in China as its predecessor P30 Play. The four cameras is the real novelty, although we've only just heard a rumor that the next Moto phone will have a triple-lens rear camera array. The other method, available in Nokia 9 PureView with 5 cameras, allows several iterations of the lenses to capture better detail of a scene at different exposures. The bezels are quite narrow, but the company has managed to squeeze in a "Motorola" logo on to the slight chin of the device.
This smartphone sports a 6.2-inch display with a fingerprint scanner embedded in it. Motorola P40 Play will measure in at 147.7 x 71.5 x 9.2mm and its thickest point is on the rear side where the primary cameras are located. The phone's dimensions will be approximately 158.7 x 75 x 8.8 mm. The power button is placed on the right edge of the smartphone while it seems that the device will come equipped with a micro USB port and not the trendy USB Type-C port.
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