The Motorola Droid X features an 8-megapixel camera with a pair of LED flashes. It’s definitely one of the better cameras I’ve used on a phone. Still images taken without a flash are excellent, with great details. Pictures taken with the flash or under low-light conditions aren’t as good. They’re still much better than average, but the flash often washes things out and produces grain.
As I mentioned in the first part of the review, the phone has a physical button for snapping pictures. It feels really flimsy and can muck with the phone’s stability, resulting in poor photos. That quibble aside, I’m confident that most people will be happy with the Droid X’s photo and video capabilities. Here are more samples — still and video — so that you can see for yourself.
- Motorola Droid X Unboxing
- Motorola Droid X Review Part I: Build, UI, Storage Options and Call Quality
- Motorola Droid X Review Part II: Screen, Keyboard, and WiFi Hotspot
- Motorola Droid X Review Part IV: Battery Life, Miscellaneous Features, and Final Thoughts
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