Just a few days back we advised you about the leaked specs and features of Motorola’s 3rd gen Moto X. Rumors suggested that the device would be having a 16MP rear camera featuring Clear Pixel technology and a 5MP front-facing snapper for selfies and video chats. Its predecessor, the 2nd generation Moto X had less powerful 13MP rear cam and 2MP front cam.
We now have fresh leaks giving details about the 3rd gen Moto X camera. According to a report by STJSGadgets, the new Moto X will have a 16MP rear camera having the Clear Pixel technology as mentioned earlier. The camera will also have Optical Image Stabilization (OIS) to stabilize the image if the camera moves during photography.
The camera will also have 4K as well as slow motion recording capabilities. For instance, if you are recording in 1080p mode, you will be able to record at up to 120fps or when recording in 720p mode, you can record at up to 240fps. This is a new feature that Motorola is offering in its 3rd gen Moto X.
However, until Motorola makes it official, all this is mere speculation and it is better to take it with a grain of salt. As such, Motorola can be expected to add these features to the next gen Moto X because it is the company that has built Nexus 6 which has OIS in its back camera.
The device is expected to be launched in September this year.