Big cameras don’t need to come on smartphones with big price-tags. That’s the message behind the Motorola One Zoom, the company’s latest Android smartphone. It has a full four cameras on the rear, the most impressive boasting a 48-megapixel sensor.
Motorola combines pixel data from four neighboring pixels to create a 12-megapixel final image. The promise is better low-light performance, among other advantages. There’s also an ultra-wide camera and a 3x optical zoom, together with a depth camera. On the front, in a notch above the 6.39-inch OLED screen, is a 25-megapixel selfie camera which also uses Motorola’s Quad Pixel system.
Most impressive is the fact that you’re getting all of this for under $450. Motorola will sell it direct in the US, compatible with GSM LTE networks like AT&T and T-Mobile. In select European countries it’ll be offered as an Amazon exclusive with baked-in Alexa support.