This bestseller smartphone under a flagship of Oneplus, outshines in terms of camera features. The dual lens works extremely fine. A big update this time around is the introduction of optical image stabilisation (OIS), which has been missing since the OnePlus 3T. The main sensor fares a lot better, generating spectacular images even in low light situation. While the front snapper, also works greatly.
The sensational iphone X has everything that one can confidently rely upon. Above all it's camera specs, which has been creating a rage since the launch. Before we get too far into the performance of the rear camera, let's talk about the front-facing TrueDepth camera. The camera can sense depth incredibly well, so the new Portrait mode, can be used with the front-facing camera to take excellent selfies. Like the iPhone 8 Plus, it also uses a dual camera setup on rear, but takes even better images.
The camera is the only feature in the Oppo F7 that’s worth being excited about. The company has put so much focus on the camera on the phone that it’s the first thing you want to test once the phone is in your hands. The front camera being the main highlight, has an AI Beauty feature that lets an algorithm figure out how much beautification is required to make you look better without the picture looking too processed. From rear, the photos generated looks natural and vivid.
The Galaxy A6 Plus is Samsung’s most dependable camera ever. It has dual-cameras on rear to offer bokeh effects, while regular shooting is great too. It chooses vivid colours and bright frames over details. Especially for selfie lovers, front camera shots are praiseworthy. The pictures look well-defined with ample of details and punchy colours.
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.
The Galaxy A8 Plus(2018) marks as the best entry in market regarding camera. The images clicked by dual front camera with live focus mode takes selfies and wefies to the remarkable level. The images even look spectacular due to bokeh effect. There is no word called darkness, when we look at the rear camera. With a F1.7 lens, larger 1.12 micro-meter pixels, and bigger sensor, it captures untraceable scenes even in low light with amazing clarity.
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.
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.
The Honor 10 is regarded best in terms of optics. Just because, both cameras at rear feature AI(Artificial Intelligence) to automatically tune the image. Not only this, the dual lens along with the magic of AI, helps getting good shots even if you're not a very experienced photographer.
Unlike other phones, the handset is equipped with glass lens for its main camera lens, giving more clear and accurate images. This is the prime reason to consider V30 Plus as the best in business. The phone takes images by reducing dispersion of light, allowing 4% more light pass through the image sensor resulting in brighter images with lesser noise. It looks even more impressive for capturing videos.
|Apple iPhone X (64GB)|
|Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus|
|Huawei P20 Pro|
|Samsung Galaxy A8 Plus (2018) (64GB - 6GB RAM)|
|Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus|
|LG V30 Plus|
|LG V30 Plus|