Last year, Motorola launched its flagship Moto Z2 Force smartphone that features a shatterproof display along with high-end specifications like Snapdragon 835, dual rear cameras, Quad-HD P-OLED display and more. The phone failed to impress as much as expected but it was surely one of the best Android phones of last year.
Motorola is now preparing to launch the smartphone in India on February 15 which is quite weird because it was launched back in July 2017. Anyways, DxOMark has tested the cameras of the Moto Z2 Force, and the device has performed quite well in the tests.
MOTOROLA MOTO Z2 FORCE DXOMARK SCORE
Before talking about the pros and cons of the camera, it is worth mentioning that there is a dual rear camera setup with one 12MP RGB sensor while another 12MP monochrome sensor. The cameras have f/2.0 aperture, Laser Auto Focus and dual tone Dual LED flash. The cameras are capable of 4K video recording at 30fps.
The phone scores 82 on DxOMark and here is what DxOMark has to say about the performance –
The Motorola Moto Z2 Force’s dual-camera is capable of recording images with generally good exposure, and strikes a good balance between detail retention and noise reduction, thereby earning itself a Photo score of 84 points. Fine textures are nicely rendered in most conditions and noise is generally well under control, with only some luminance noise visible in blue skies and under indoor and low-light shooting conditions. In lower light, chromatic noise becomes more noticeable, however, and dynamic range is a little more limited than for some competitors, resulting in some highlight and shadow clipping in high-contrast scenes.
LG V30 was also tested by DxOMark, and that phone also scored 82 overall. As for the individual scores for photos and videos, the Moto Z2 Force scores 84 for photos and 78 for videos.Just like every smartphone camera test, DxOMark has listed out the pros and cons of the cameras for both videos and photos. You can check them out here.
So, what are your opinions on the DxOMark score of the Z2 Force? Do let us know via the comments section.
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