With it’s official announcement having less than a day to unfold, the Motorola Moto X has shown up yet again with complete camera specifications this time round. Courtesy the humongous amount of hype created about the phone touting about it’s customizable nature, the Moto X is surely one of the most highly anticipated handsets for the year and hence, it shouldn’t lag behind the expectations in any ways, the camera being the talk of the city corresponding to the launch of camera centric smartphones like the HTC One and the monster from another ecosphere, the Lumia 1020.
As per the recent piece of information that we found hovering around on Google Plus, the Moto X will feature a 10 Megapixel camera with an unheard Clearpixel technology and a sensor having a pixel size of 1.4 microns(that’s large nevertheless but still smaller than the 2 micron pixel size of the sensor present on the Taiwanese flagship!). Apart from that, the Moto X will be able to capture 1080p videos with the frame-rates ticking the sweet 60fps mark and lemme make it clear, that there’s some extra bit of hocus pocus added to taste again! The Moto X will shoot the videos using information taken from four pixels at once to reduce the noise and hence, provide much better and clearer videos under low lightening conditions.
Done with that, all we can do is wait and watch as the all the mysteries surrounding the first joint venture of the Motorola-Google marriage to shed off covers tomorrow as we proceed towards the official launch of the Motorola Moto X.