Motorola Moto E is now selling in India on Flipkart and the internet continues to flood with reasons you should or you should not go for this budget Motorola smartphone. The most prominent listed reason to not go for Moto E is its basic camera unit. Take a look for yourself.
|Display||4.3 Inch , qHD|
|Processor||1.2 GHz Dual Core Snapdragon 200|
|Internal Storage||4 GB, Expandable|
|OS||Android 4.4 KitKat|
|Camera||5 MP, no front camera|
Mote E Camera Video Sample 480p at 16 fps
Moto E Camera Details and Features
The 5 MP fixed focus camera at the rear is unaccompanied by LED flash and can record FWVGA 480p videos. The camera wasn’t rich in details or color but you can’t expect everything for 7K price. What will be missed more is a front camera, absence of which might be a deal breaker for those passionate for selfies and Video calling.
Moto E Camera Video Photo Samples
As you can see in the camera samples above, the images are grainy with lots of noise. We tried to focus the objects but the fixed focus camera wasn’t helping much. check out some shots in even lower lighting conditions and with artificial light to judge the performance. Day light performance seemed better.
Compare the performance in low light and artificial lighting.
Moto E 5MP Fixed Focus Camera Overview, Auto HDR, Slow Motion Video, Pause Recording and Features[Video]
Moto E Camera Review Photos and Video Quality
Moto E Camera Photo Gallery
Moto E camera bears the brunt of cost cutting, but the competition, including phones like Nokia X and others, isn’t offering anything dazzling in terms of camera either and thus, this shouldn’t be the reason to discard Moto E.