28 September 2017
The Moto E4 is an entry-level smartphone from Lenovo-owned Motorola. It offers good specs including a decent camera for the price point and is aimed at those who either don't want to go for high-end devices or can't afford to get one. But what would you think if someone decides to put the Moto E4's camera against the mighty iPhone 7's camera? While many would start laughing at Motorola's offering even before the start of the test, a Reddit user rimlogger went ahead and did the test and what he found in results will surely surprise you.
But before we share camera samples of both smartphones with you, we would like to share camera specifications to help you make a better judgment about results. The affordable Moto E4 comes with an 8-megapixel rear shooter with f/2.2 aperture, HDR, and LED flash combined with a 5-megapixel front shooter with f/2.2 aperture and LED flash. On the other hand, the premium iPhone 7 offers a 12-megapixel single shooter with f/1.8 aperture, HDR, phase detection autofocus, OIS, and quad-LED dual-tone flash. For taking selfies, it has a 7-megapixel shooter with f/2.2 aperture and HDR.
67.1 x 138.3 x 7.1 mm
4.7 inches - 1334x750 px
72.3 x 144.7 x 9.3 mm
5 inches - 1280x720 px
With that out of the way, here is a look at shots clicked using the iPhone 7 and Moto E4:
As you can see from the shots, the Moto E4 has performed incredibly well considering its price point. There is no doubt that iPhone 7 is miles ahead when it comes to low light shots but for daylight shots, you can notice that Motorola has done a good job. So what are your thoughts on this comparison? Share them with us using the comments section below.