Motorola has eventually found a way to edge closer towards success in the mobile industry.

Motorola learned from its past mistakes and made several changes to its smartphones. As a result, the company launched the Moto G handset, putting the smartphone in direct competition against the Micromax Canvas A116 HD handset. Micromax, the Indian smartphone manufacturer has made a name for itself in the smartphone arena. Micromax has released state of the art products at reasonable prices. Micromax has been following the footsteps of the Korean giant, Samsung, to gain a competitive spot in the smartphone race.

Today, we compare the two handsets with respect to their camera specifications, to provide the potential buyer with a learned decision.

Camera Specifications Compared

Moto G

The Moto G camera can be described as a decent sensor available in the smartphone market. However, the handset comes with plenty of improvements, out of which some enhancements are made to the camera specs, improving its overall quality.

The Moto G comprises of a larger 8MP primary camera, equipped with f2.0 aperture lens and 2MP user facing camera for selfies and video conferencing.

Camera Interface: The new Moto G handset comes with a refurbished camera interface. However, the camera comes light in terms of features and literally absent with manual controls. The popular modes, equipped with the camera, such as Panorama and HDR, offer the user with poor camera experience. It inadvertently affects the shooting experience as well.

Image Quality: Moto G is a modest performer, at least in good lighting conditions. Snaps clicked outdoors, in good lighting conditions offer superb details, proper exposure and natural color tone.

However, under low lighting conditions the images might appear blurry, in case the user clicked snaps with an unsteady hand. Moreover, low lighting conditions present noisy images and subdued details.

Micromax Canvas A116 Canvas HD

Micromax Canvas A116 HD smartphone encompasses of an 8MP snapper, similar to that of the A110 handset. However, the user interface is slightly different from the latter.

Camera Interface: The camera UI comprises of usual color effect, white balance, exposure and scene modes. The camera is capable of taking 99 shots in continuity through its burst mode.

However, the camera lags a bit with a slightly slower focus speed. In case of macro shots, some delay is experienced in the focus department, before taking the shot.

Image Quality: In terms of image quality, the camera produces great results for both indoor and outdoor shots. Decent amount of details are presented along with actual colors. However, the details become hazy, once the camera zooms up to its maximum limit.

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