One has a dedicated macro camera, while two have a triple camera system. Motorola has launched four new Android 9 phones, and while only three of them focus on cameras, they're all affordable. The Motorola One Macro has a dedicated2-megapixel macro camera that allows you to take close-up photos 2 centimeters away from your topic.
It also has a 13-megapixel primary sensor, a 2-megapixel depth sensor and an AI camera system with Scene Optimization, Auto Smile Capture and Smart Composition functionality. The design will be available starting today for € 199 ($222) in Brazil, Mexico, Australia, India and across Europe.
The Moto G8 Play and the Moto G8 Plus both have a three-photo system that includes an ultra-wide 117-degree lens that resembles that used by the Motorola One Action. This lens is turned by 90 ° to capture the scene in a single frame four times. The G8 Play has an AI, like the One macro's, 13-Megapixel main camera and depth sensor. The G8 Plus features a 48 megapixel main camera and night view, Dolby tuned stereo speakers and a 25 megapixel front. The above three telephones come with a capacity of 4,000 mAh.
The G8 Play is open today in Argentina, Mexico, Chile and Peru and in the coming months is going to take place in Latin America. But the G8 Plus revealed that the customers were going to be back 269 euros (300 dollars). The handset is starting out in Argentina, Mexico and India today, which will be spent in Europe by the end of October and is likely to cost more than the G8 Play.
The Moto E6 Play is Motorola's last, most accessible version. It is equipped with a 5.5-inch HD+ display, a 13-megapixel rear camera, an 1-pixel front and a 32 GB of microSD storage that can be expanded. Starting today and in Europe from Mid-November for € 109 ($121) is starting in Brazil and Mexico.