The prevalent strategy in mobile space, as far as cameras are used today, seems to be "always better" and leaks ( courtesy of OnLeaks publication CashKaro ) of a new, Hitherto unknown Motorola device with four rear shooters seems to signal that the company dives head-first into the trend.
Details at this time are predictably slim, but we know a few things: In addition to the abundance of cameras, the device will feature a 6.2-inch display with a drop notch (similar to Motorola's latest Moto G7) with a display. display fingerprint sensor. Also visible are a USB-C port and a 3.5mm headphone jack, which is becoming increasingly popular in the increasingly dongle-based world.
Basically, there are two ways that phones have implemented multiple rear cameras at this time. The more common method, which can be seen on cell phones like the Galaxy S10 or the Huawei P30 Pro, offers different types of camera lenses for different photo effects. The other one (on devices like the Nokia 9 with five cameras) offers several iterations of the same lens, all of which record simultaneously to capture different exposures of a scene for better detail.
We do not yet know what kind of array with multiple cameras is used here by Motorola, but given the identical-looking cameras and the fact that one of the images has a 48-bit label of the camera array, it seems like at Motorola Probably follows Nokia's footsteps here with four 12-megapixel lenses. By the way – including battery size, price, release date, and most importantly, what kind of processor Motorola puts into this device (if any) puts it on the market – we'll have to wait for Motorola to officially announce things.