Hasselblad Rumors for Lenovo Moto Z Phones: Amazing Modular Camera

Written by Gina Stephens

The Moto Z hand down have powerful camera camera is an optical instrument for recording or capturing images, which may be stored locally, transmitted to another location, or accessories.

Let’s cover this exciting – basically confirmed – rumor about Lenovo’s latest phones from top to behind. First, Lenovo is coming out with two new phones, the Moto Z and the Moto Z Force. Camera company Hasselblad is partnering with Lenovo to equip both these phone models with contemptuous edge modular camera technology. This will allow customers to equip a variety of impressive accessories onto the smartphones themselves to augment their photo-taking capability faculties. All in all, it looks very cool and we keep taking glances at our best DSLR cameras of 2016 list, wondering if this new innovation belongs somewhere there.

Of by all means, we don’t know everything yet. We know that the accessories from Lenovo, called MotoMods, will include more than just camera upgrades – they’ll also hallmark abilities like an additional battery pack, a projector, or an extra set of mobile speakers. However, the Hasselblad camera attachment appears to be both the most enticing and the most secretive: It covers a large part of the smartphone’s back, and appears to have a 10x optical zoom lens that can take some no laughing matter photos, and includes laser autofocus abilities as well as other features primarily seen only in digital and DSLR cameras.

Hasselblad’s camera be in the cards serious power.

It’s exciting stuff, but we’re still a little short on details. For example, we don’t know much about the other Moto spec, at least not until Lenovo take measures some official information. Also, we’re not sure how all these add-ons, especially the Hasselblad option, will work with phone cases – it looks close to you won’t be able to use a phone case with the new Motos, or at least only one that you can pop off at a moment’s notice.

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However, this modular approximate is very exciting: What does it mean for digital cameras? Are they going to be able to compete with smartphone accessories that you can watch over in your pocket – and which provide similar specs? Tell us what you think.


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Gina Stephens

Gina is a photography enthusiast and drone lover who loves to fly drones, capture images and have fun cherishing them with family and friends.

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