The colors out of the Moto G5 Plus really impressed me.
The camera has a wide-angle lens.
The G5 Plus has fast and accurate autofocusing because of its dual-pixel sensor.
Most smartphone cameras use only 5 percent of a sensor's pixels to find focus.
The G5 Plus' dual pixel sensor uses all of the pixels on the sensor to find focus.
Skin tones are nice.
But sometimes highlights edge toward being overexposed.
The burst mode is helpful for taking pictures of kids and pets.
The camera chooses the "best photo" from a burst sequence.
Macro shots are impressive with the f/1.7 apeture lens.
I never noticed any moire in photos with heavy textures or patterns.
HDR mode worked well.
Look at the texture and shine on those yucas!
This was shot into the sun at sunset.
This low-light shot in a bar had blur from the longer shutter speed.