DxOMark tested Motorola’s new flagship Moto Edge+ and it performed very decent in tests. This time Motorola went for a very high resolution and a big sensor, It has a 108MP sensor with the size of 1/1.33″ and an 8MP sensor with 3x optical zoom equivalent to 81mm focal length, plus a 16MP ultra-wide sensor.
Moto Edge+ gets an overall score of 113, and it beats Pixel 4 by just 1 point. It means that the high megapixel count worked for Motorola this time.
The overall photo score is a very good, and it captures good detail with very good exposure, colors, auto-focus and low noise in good lighting conditions. Most of the daylight images tends to capture unsaturated sky. White balance is very much accurate and consistent in the images.
On the video side Motorola Edge+ gets exposure very accurate, and manage to reduce noise as well. We have seen that after a very long time Motorola managed to compete with high quality smartphone cameras. It can also mitigate current issues through a software update.