Motorola owned by Lenovo seems to be really putting in some great effort in ensuring a better position in the field of technology. And the latest launch of Motorola Verve Cam+ will certainly provide the developers with a great momentum.
The newly launched round-shaped camera happens to be the successor of the Motorola Verve Cam which was launched way back at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in 2016. The camera is going to be compatible with smartphones and the user can connect the camera via Bluetooth and Wi-Fi. The users can live stream videos from different online media through Motorola Verve Cam+.
The round-shaped camera from Motorola does not provide the user with any sort of internal storage facilities. But they can expand the storage up to 32 GB. The Verve Cam+ holds the capability of shooting videos at 2.5 K resolution at 30 fps on a single click. The user can shoot a video of length up to 45 minutes which is pretty impressive. Along with that, one of the highlighting features of the camera from Motorola capable of live streaming videos is the video stabilization.
However, there are certainly lots of the other things to be revealed as well. It is not yet sure what is the battery backup of the camera is going to be although it has been revealed that the camera comes equipped with the Li-Po battery. Also, the camera comes with the IP68 certification which makes it protected from any sort of damage till a depth of 25 meters.
The Motorola Verve Cam+ comes with a price tag of $108.65. And the users can get hold of the camera from the official website of Amazon. The consumer can finally get hands to the device within 1 or 2 months of placing the order as Amazon has cited. This seems pretty interesting for the fans of gadgets from Motorola as already we have seen that a number of smartphones are lined up for release. And hence, this camera certainly comes as a real bonus.