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Motorola says camera quality is one of its top priorities

In response to some questions on Twitter, Motorola CMO Adrienne Hayes explains that the company will "bring it" in the camera department from here on out.

Published onJune 9, 2015


Motorola has produced some incredible pieces of hardware in the past few years, from high-end options like the Moto X (2nd Gen.) to low-end options like the Moto G (2nd Gen.) or the Moto E (2015). However, it’s pretty well known among the tech community that the cameras in Motorola’s recent smartphones have not been very capable at all. But according to Motorola CMO Adrienne Hayes, that’s going to change from here on out.

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When asked about camera performance in upcoming Motorola smartphones, Hayes commented that the company is going to “bring it” when talking about future Moto devices. Not only that, but another curious consumer asked if Motorola plans to bring advanced manual camera controls in future devices. Hayes responded by saying, “We absolutely can and we absolutely will this year. Stay tuned!”

YES. We know we need to improve here and are definitely going to “bring it.”
— adrienne hayes (@purplehayez) June 9, 2015

Seeing as how the last two flagship Motorola devices weren’t the best in this area, we may have to wait until launch to find out for ourselves. It certainly sounds like there’s a reason to stay hopeful for the company, but until then, other flagship devices like the Galaxy S6 and LG G4 will top our list as the best smartphone cameras available on the market today.

If Motorola truly improved the camera on the upcoming Moto X (3rd Gen.), would that be a contender for your next smartphone? Let us know your thoughts in the comments!

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