The Samsung Galaxy A9 is the world’s first phone to sport four rear cameras. Such camera configuration offers you 4X fun while using. These cameras are also backed by Samsung's own Artificial Intelligence(AI) camera software. So, give your images whatever shape you want to. It has a premium design with a metal frame and a glass front and rear, insuring the handset looks and feels the part. These features are more than enough to make you feel craved for this device.
The mobile is a perfect inheritor of the S9 Plus camera's dual-aperture features. The Note 9 features Wide-angle and telephoto lenses on the rear camera setup. The camera also features AI-backed scene optimizer enhancements. The front camera captures selfies at 8MP and includes autofocus, a first for a Note phone.This is one of the best camera phones you'll be able to buy in 2018.
It sports dual front cameras in a 24MP + 2MP configuration with f/2.0 wide aperture and offer AI beautification as well as bokeh effect with depth-of-field information. On the back, you can expect a 16MP primary camera with a 2MP secondary sensor to help you take shots with bokeh effect.
The handset's front camera works amazingly. It produces brighter images in low-light, with reduced noise, using a new HDR algorithm across a 2-second exposure, and splicing together the resultant up to 10 multi-frame shots together. Even its rear camera doesn't leave any stone unturned. The device is equipped with revamped camera app which is easier to use.
If you want the best handheld low light image quality, the Huawei P20 Pro is absolutely worth a buy. Incredibly, the unit houses tri camera sensors which works fantastically. It offers superfine features like Great 3x optical zoom, Excellent low light Night mode and clever AI scene modes. This all result in producing outstanding images.
This 3rd generation device sports a single rear camera lens, which generates crystal and clear shots as comparable to the pictures taken by multiple lens. Its captured images even look more stabilized and blurr free because the handset sports both optical and electronic image stabilization. Plus, the new camera app of this handset is smooth and much easy to use. Besides, its wide-angle lens offers a good 97-degree field-of-view to let you capture group selfies.
The Oppo Find X adopts a pop-up camera feature, but it takes things to a new level with all three cameras rising out of the top of the handset, rather than just the selfie snapper(stealth 3D camera). There's also AI scene recognition which can identify 21 different scenarios, automatically adjusting the camera settings, giving you better photos.
This HMD Global handset is remarkably known due its bothie feature, which allows you to take both rear and selfies over a single screen display. The mobile is also capable of taking 4K video at 30fps and uses both the IOS and EIS for jitter free capture. Overall, this handset is an ideal one when it comes to stupendous photography.
With S9 Plus, Samsung has improved the camera algorithm and now the phone can take better images in low light. Featuring F/1.5 as the widest aperture we've seen on a smartphone yet, it allows maximum light to fall in to produce very sharp images in low light. The Galaxy S9+ carries a dual camera setup as last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and the primary camera features variable aperture.
The all time favorite Apple's new model "iPhone XS Max" has been a subject of attention in terms of new camera features, ever since it got launched. Its camera software is upgraded with a Smart HDR mode with zero shutter lag, which lets the device to capture multiple images. Its camera sensor along with the AI neural processing unit select and combine the best bits from each frame to produce a single perfectly exposed image. Also, with an ability to change the depth of field- you get highly focussed images.
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