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Moto G82 vs Redmi Note 11 Pro+ camera comparison: a new camera king in the affordable segment? | 91mobiles.com


Redmi is no stranger to camera-centric phones and the company’s Note Pro Max range of devices has, for long, satiated budding, budget-conscious photographers. That said, the market is flush with a ton of enticing options nowadays that bring a host of camera-first features to the table as well.

Case in point, the all-new Moto G82 (review), which ships with a 50MP, OIS-assisted main sensor. Interestingly, the device is priced eerily close to the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus which is why I decided to compare the camera capabilities of the two phones to see which is a better buy for you. Let’s find out. 

Daylight HDR

First and foremost, let’s take a closer look at the images snapped by our contenders’ primary sensors. Spec-wise, the Moto G82 makes use of a 50MP snapper, whereas the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus (review) features a 108MP unit. Right off the bat, you’ll notice that both the phones click images with drastically different colour tones. To wit, Motorola’s offering sways in favour of warmer tones, whereas the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus clicks images with a cooler tint. Furthermore, it’s evident that shots snapped by Redmi’s offering look a tad contrast-y and the images have overtly darkened bits. On the flip side, the Moto G82 brings out the detail from the shadows well, however, the images aren’t as sharp as the ones from the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus either. 

As an example, if you look at the slider attached above then here, you’ll notice that at a closer crop, the shrubs adjacent to the walkway have little to no detail in the G82’s image. That’s not all as the trees and the building positioned towards the left-hand side of the frame offer significantly better sharpness in Redmi’s photo as well.

Moto G82 (left), Redmi Note 11 Pro+ (right)

Granted, Redmi’s contender has spruced up the colours in the image but, the device more than makes up for it by outputting a much sharper and structured snap.

Here’s another example which substantiates my findings further. If you look at the slider attached above then you’ll notice that the guidance mirror at the edge of the snap appears sharper in the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus’ photo. Furthermore, the shrubs, as well as the bark of the trees offer better textures in Redmi’s snap. The G82’s photo reciprocates colours slightly better, however, the smartphone’s main sensor struggles to squeeze out adequate details from a given scene. 


Both, the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus as well as the Moto G82 come equipped with an 8MP ultrawide snapper. Quality-wise, the images outputted from the sensors are neck and neck. 

That said, the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus’ photos exhibit a reddish tinge, which isn’t the case with the G82’s snap. On the bright side, I was more impressed with the corner sharpness offered by  the Note 11 Pro Plus’ ultrawide angle sensor. 

Closeups and Macros 

The scenery remains unchanged when snapping closeups with the two phones as well. In fact, if you pan your attention to the slider attached below then here, you’ll notice that the snap from the G82 doesn’t blotch the blue hue of the petals as much as Redmi’s offering. On the flip side, the Note 11 Pro Plus has resolved the finer details on the petals much better.

My findings are highlighted in the next comparison slider too wherein, the G82 has reciprocated the red colour of the flower to a tee. That said, the Note 11 Pro Plus’ image, albeit not as realistic, yields a sharper output at a closer crop.

Digital Zoom 

Unfortunately, neither of our two contenders ships with a dedicated telephoto camera. That said, you can bank on both the phones to click tasteful images at 2x digital zoom. Now, I did find instances of highlight clipping in the G82’s 2x snaps. 

In fact, you can tell that the device struggled to mitigate the glares on the rickshaw’s handle. But, barring that, the images were at a level pegging and offered similar sharpness and adequate dynamic range. 


Both the Moto G82, as well as the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus ship with a 16MP front-facing camera. Interestingly, the quality of the selfies snapped from the two sensors is at a level pegging too.

If anything, the Moto G82’s sensor tackled the subject’s skin tone slightly better. Aside from that, photos from both the phones offered adequate details, pleasing colours and ample sharpness. 


Both the phones click passable images after the sun has set. Now, while the output from the devices is nothing to write home about, I noticed that the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ had some focussing issues in lowlight scenarios. Be that as it may, the resulting output from both the devices was on par with one another, with the images exhibiting adequate details and sharpness. However, both the shots had noticeable grainy-ness in the frame. 

With the night mode feature enabled, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ overturned a significantly better result. In fact, not only did the image offer better visibility, but the handset squeezed out a good amount of detail from the darkened bits in the scene too.

The G82’s image, while not bad, was rendered a tad soft. The same is evident if you zoom into the leaves of the trees in the frame, which offer better texture and definition in the Redmi Note 11 Pro+’ snap. 


The Moto G82 edges in front of the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus in the video department, primarily because the device comes with support for OIS. What’s more, unlike the Redmi Note 11 Pro Plus, the Moto G82 can record videos in 1080p60fps as well.

Unsurprisingly, the G82’s footage appears more stable and offers lesser jitters whilst panning the camera in a particular direction. Furthermore, while both the phones do a good job with exposure metering, the colours appear more natural in the G82’s clips as well. 


It goes without saying that the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ is a capable camera phone and despite Motorola’s best efforts, the company’s G82 is still playing catch up with Redmi’s offering. That’s not to say that the Moto G82 is a bad camera phone per se. In fact, buyers who value authenticity in their snaps will find plenty to like here.

What’s more, the device has an edge in the video department as well and can record more stabilised 60fps clips in 1080p resolution. Consequently, if you tend to shoot a lot of videos and want an affordable camera phone, then the Moto G82 is a decent buy. For everyone else, the Redmi Note 11 Pro+ is the way to go. 

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