The Motorola E5 Plus comes built with a 12MP 2.0 Aperture back display camera and a 8MP 2.2 aperture front display camera. This is slightly different than its past E4 Plus device. This device housed a 13MP back camera with 2.0 aperture and a front 5MP 2.2 aperture. Not much difference in size but the E5 Plus should make up for it with its built in Laser AutoFocus. The following will be a side by side comparison photo shoot between the E4 and E5 Plus devices.
I have made no modifications to the camera settings, no lightening up or darkening what you see is the camera shot as the auto focus and colors can be displayed.
From my conclusion the camera sensor on the E4 takes a more vibrant picture while the E5 seems to be more washed out. I'm sure with manual settings enabled you can modify the quality of the shot to be more vibrant. But for Me I'd rather take out the camera and point and shoot and hope the sensor can auto tune the image for the best quality. I am not a professional photographer but from these images you can clearly see a distinct difference in quality.
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Enjoy and remember never use your phone or tablet while driving, be safe and healthy.
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