Smartphone cameras have gotten good enough to replace standalone point-and-shoot cameras for many users. In recent years phone makers have added features like telephoto zoom lenses and support for bokeh-style effects.
Now Motorola is bringing macro photography to its latest smartphone.
The Motorola One Macro is a relatively cheap phone with one special feature: one of the three rear cameras is a 2MP macro lens with support for auto-focus, allowing you to focus on images as little as 2 centimeters (about 0.8 inches) away from the lens…
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