Moto X (2014)

Motorola has just unveiled the new Moto X, and one of the first things people are going to want to know is if the camera has improved over the original. With an increased resolution of 13MP, an interesting dual-LED ring flash and some small new software features, things are sounding good — but how do they look?

We've only had our hands on the new Moto X for a short period of time, but we did take a nice stroll around the beautiful city of Chicago to test out its camera quality. The result is this gallery of photos from the New Moto X.

No in-depth analysis here considering how little time we've spent with it, but we can definitely say we're liking the early returns. The pictures cover the range of HDR, non-HDR and HDR Auto, all with the simple tap-to-capture method. Check out these shots and let us know what your initial feelings about the camera are.

Moto X (2014) camera sample

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