Earlier this morning, Motorola made the Moto Z2 Play official. Besides a smaller battery, a new chipset and some design changes, Motorola also made some improvements to the rear camera on the device. These changes are highlighted in a new video released by the manufacturer today. While the rear camera is now 12MP, down from the original model’s 16MP snapper, the aperture has dropped from f/2.0 to f/1.7. That means that the new camera allows 25% more light to enter. You should be able to get better results when taking photos in low-light conditions.
Dual autofocus pixels allow for fast focusing, and laser auto focus keeps your pictures sharp, even when the lighting is not ideal. For selfie fanatics, the front-facing 5MP camera has its own flash, allowing you to take self portraits anywhere and anytime.
The unlocked Moto Z2 Play will be released later this summer from Motorola, priced at $500. A version for Verizon will also be launched this summer.