The camera on Samsung Galaxy S9+ has been pronounced the best by DxOMark. The website has given it a rating of 99 points after reviewing the smartphone. According to DxOMark, the Galaxy S9+ features a camera setup that hasn't got any obvious weaknesses.
Before the arrival of Galaxy S9+, the Google Pixel 2 XL held the top position on DxOMark with 98 points. Do note that, the smartphone is equipped with Google's Electronic Image Stabilization (EIS) as well as the Optical Image Stabilization technology (OIS). Both of these features allow users to take superior quality pictures and videos.
As expected, iPhone X makes to this list with a DxOMark score of 97. The standout feature of the iPhone X's camera is Portrait Lighting Mode. It also does a commendable job when it comes to taking pictures in low light conditions. If you want minute details in images, then iPhone X could be your perfect choice.
When iPhone 8 Plus was launched last year, it was touted as the best-performing mobile device camera by DxOMark. Thanks to the phone's powerful hardware and software processing, it is capable of capturing high-quality images.
Coming to the mid-range segment, OnePlus 5T is a great camera smartphone. It uses a dual camera setup that can take sharp pictures in favorable conditions. One of the strong points of this phone's camera is the Bokeh Effect. Additionally, the low-light shooting capability of the smartphone is appreciable.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the company's first dual-lens camera smartphone. It can deliver crisp and bright images. Even the pictures shot in low-light are also very appealing as they take advantage of enhanced multi-frame image processing. The camera technology works on pixel level to offer bright images when light conditions are not favorable.
If you are looking for something cheaper, Honor View 10 should be in your buying list. The smartphone comes with a rear dual cameras which is capable to capture images that will match up to your expectations. The selfie camera is also impressive and has beautification and portrait mode.
While it may not be as famous as other phones in this list, LG V30+ has a pretty good camera department. Notably, the LG V30+ carries the credits for being the world's first smartphone to feature f/1.6 aperture. The smartphone boasts of a rear dual camera setup that comprises of a 16MP primary sensor and a 13MP secondary sensor.
Motorola has made some significant advancements in camera department with the Moto Z2 Force. The smartphone sports a newly designed dual-lens camera setup that comprises of two 12MP IMX 386 sensors. The camera system is also equipped with laser and phase detection autofocus to improve the focus speed.
The predictive capture, another iconic feature of this phone, will never let your smiles or any other activities go off, as it automatically initiates buffering images few seconds ago before you press the shutter button. With bigger pixels and savvy camera feature, you can get the best sharp shots even in night also. This phone also comes with super sharp motion shots, which prevents from blurred action shots, thus giving the vivid picture of moving objects. The steadyshot with 5 axis image stabilisation, enables in recording the videos smoothly and steady, even when you are riding a bike or jogging. Regarding selfies, this phone has 13 megapixels with 1/3.06 inch low light sensor and has 22mm wide angle lens, which is really superb in taking super class selfies."
|Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus|
|Google Pixel 2 XL (64 GB)|
|Apple iPhone X (64GB)|
|Apple iPhone 8 Plus (64GB)|
|OnePlus 5T (64GB - 6GB RAM)|
|Samsung Galaxy Note 8|
|Honor View 10 (64GB - 6GB RAM)|
|LG V30 Plus|
|Motorola Moto Z2 Force|
|Sony Xperia XZ Premium|