DxOMark did take a thorough look at the Moto G4 Plus. Their verdict? The camera scored an 84 out of 100, the exact same score as the Nexus 6P and the iPhone 6s, two phones that are highly regarded for their high quality camera experience.
The G4 Plus features 16M OmniVision sensor equipped with phase detection autofocus and laser autofocus, as well as an f/2.0 aperture and a fairly large sensor size. The front camera, on the other hand, is a 5MP shooter with an 84-degree wide field of view and a f/2.2 lens. On paper, the Moto G4 Plus sounds pretty good, but the even better news is that this camera package seems to live up to its promise.
The G4 Plus excels at still photography.Video is fairly decent too but not quite as high-marked. Camera biggest strengths include fast and accurate autofocus, the ability to take good indoor shots even in low-light (though with some expected visible luminance noise), great color and white balance, and solid HDR results.
Few weaknesses includes a loss of shadow detail, slight blue colorcast on some outdoor photos, and occasional autofocus inaccuracies in low-light conditions when recording video.