Motorola’s first quad-camera setup smartphone leaks have been spotted in WinFuture. suggests it’ll actually be called the One Zoom. Motorola has given it this name because of the rear camera setup, which has coincidentally just been detailed.
Motorola One Zoom with 5x Hybrid Zoom Support
We know that 48MP camera phone is now a trend which can produce better pixel technology. From a better pixels image you can crop and zoom the image easily and its called Hybrid Zoom.
When a phone manufacturer implant 1 or 2 more camera automatically image quality gets improves.
The sensor users so-called quad-pixel technology which essentially creates a more detailed 12-megapixel image by combining four pixels into one. It’ll also support optical image stabilization for improved shots and presumably an f/1.7 aperture.
Motorola using quad-camera setup for hybrid zoom system, his should support optical image stabilization too. The latter will be possible by combining either 2x or 3x optical zoom with extra data captured by the remaining cameras. Completing the setup will probably be a dedicated 5-megapixel depth sensor that’ll help improve portrait photography. Either a 25-megapixel or 13-megapixel selfie camera seems likely too.
Motorola One Zoom announcement, release date, and price
It’s unclear at this stage if Motorola has plans to release the One Zoom in the United States. But if it does so, the smartphone will likely retail at somewhere between $429 and $479.