The Motorola G8 Plus was presented on time before the end of 2019. The new year has left us two generations in which Motorola has been increasingly focusing on the rear camera. If the Moto G7 Plus arrived with a double camera, the G8 Plus does the same but with three sensors that more than multiply the shooting possibilities. Today we will see in detail each sensor of the Moto G8 Plus.
Having a mobile phone with three cameras on the back is practically a standard even in the mid-range or input range. The Motorola Moto G8 Plus is an example of this. Before we stop to see the possibilities of this triple rear camera and its front lens, let’s take a look at the technical characteristics of this configuration.
- Rear cameras: 48 MP main camera sensor (f2.0 with Quad Pixel technology, 1.6 µm) + 5 MP depth sensor (f2.2, 1.12 µm) + 16 MP “Action Cam” sensor (f / 2.2, Quad Pixel technology, 2.0 µm, video with ultra-wide 117 ° dedicated FOV).
- Front camera: 25 MP (f / 2.0, Quad Pixel technology, 1.8 µm)
Motorola has integrated a 48-megapixel main sensor whose main value is a laser autofocus that keeps the subject or object in focus very quickly. It also has a night vision mode that increases sensitivity in low light conditions to offer you brighter photos, either day or night.
With Action Cam
Motorola has called “Action Cam” the 16 megapixel sensor of the Moto G8 Plus. It has been optimized to achieve video action shots similar to those of action cameras, thanks to the 117 ° ultra-wide-angle sensor, which can capture four times more content in the frame. It also allows you to record with your phone vertically more naturally and then play the action in full screen horizontally.
There is no use good hardware without software that can materialize and polish the raw results of the sensors. To do this, the Moto G8 Plus has a large number of automatic and manual options for the user to have a better result. The terminal is compatible with automatic HDR, and has Night Vision, RAW photo output and digital zoom up to 8x. The Moto G8 Plus can record video at different resolutions depending on the sensor used: In addition, the terminal boasts a powerful image stabilizer to improve results when on the move.
- With the rear main camera: in UHD (30 fps), FHD (120/60/30 fps), or 720P (240/30 fps)
- With Rear Action Camera: FHD (120/60/30 fps), HD (30 fps)
- With the front camera: FHD (120/30 fps), HD (30 fps)
Its 25 megapixel front camera is also compatible with automatic HDR and features options such as facial beauty, smile capture, portrait mode, selective color, live filter or the increasingly fashionable, slow motion selfies.