This is based on a couple of tweets from Motorola’s CMO Adrienne Hayes who confirmed that camera improvements is an area Motorola will address in 2015’s Moto X. When asked if the camera will receive extra attention this time round, Hayes was quoted as saying, “YES. We know we need to improve here and are definitely going to ‘bring it.’”
Hayes also confirmed that this year’s Moto X will also introduce advanced manual controls to its camera. How exactly will this one play out and whether or not it lives up to the expectation of Motorola fans remains to be seen, but it’s good to know that is an avenue that Motorola will be exploring.
The 2015 Moto X has been rumored about for a while now. So far we have heard rumors that it will pack a QHD display and a 16MP rear-facing camera with OIS. It seems that capturing video in 4K resolution is also a possibility, and that the phone could be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 808 processor, a little odd given that the Snapdragon 810 is Qualcomm’s latest chipset at the moment.