Motorola Moto X Style / Pure Edition camera review
The Motorola X Style offers good sharpness across the frame and into the corners. Thanks to its high pixel-count and well-balanced sharpening it resolves noticeably more high-contrast detail than many of its competitors with 16 or 13MP or even lower resolution sensors. Processing is very pleasant, with very good edge detail and a lack of artifacts.
At base ISOs noise is very well controlled and noticeably better than on competitors such as the Samsung Galaxy Note 4 or LG G4. On the downside, a small amount of detail is lost through noise reduction in some low-contrast areas of the frame. It's only really noticeable when images are viewed at full size though, and overall the Motorola's performance in bright light is among the very best we have seen on current smartphones.
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