The flagship Oneplus 6 has grabbed everyone’s attention with its launch. The catchy and one of many superfine features is its dual rear cameras. Interestingly, the main camera has OIS and EIS that helps in improving low light shots by reducing camera shakes and the consequent blurring. Thus, generating the desired images.
The handset not only features dual cameras at rear, but also features F1.5 aperture mode in main camera, allowing maximum light to fall in to produce very sharp images even in low light conditions. Also, there is auto mode with which the camera can toggle between F1.5 and F2.4 depending on the use. These reasons make S9 Plus as one of the best smartphone to look for.
The phone has improved its camera software by introducing a new Smart HDR mode with zero shutter lag. This allows the iPhone to capture multiple images. Also, both the cameras feature Apple's True Depth technology and also has AI features including Smart HDR and Depth control which can be used to adjust the bokeh effect in the images.
One of the spotlight of the Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) is its triple rear digital camera, that offers couple of spectacular features. Up front, the phone houses a powerful snapper that comes with Selfie Focus, and Pro Lighting Mode.
Introducing the world’s first Leica triple camera, the HUAWEI P20 Pro pushes the boundaries of creative mobile photography. It is inspired by the kinetics of light and precision-engineered to capture detailed, rich, atmospheric images any time of day or night. Besides, the AI-driven photography system of the P20 Pro is powered by the Kirin 970 chipset. This AI feature gives images the desired look, and captures the shots in an intelligent way.
The device comes along with so many amazing camera features, but the ones that steal the show are- live focus feature, Smart Beauty and Pro Lighting. So, you can give a new touch to your images with these attributes.
The handset includes AI features for improved photography (with features such as optimised colour contrast, depth of field and portrait lighting effects, as well face recognition), as well as HDR support. It also offers the Bothie feature, letting users utilize both front and rear cameras simultaneously.
The phone has a better camera than the Note 8, with a dual 12MP rear setup that has a dual-aperture technology, and can record Super Slow-Mo videos. Even, its selfie camera has lot of amazing features.
If you really care about imaging on your smartphone, the Pro's camera is more versatile and reliable. It has more features, and is noticeably faster and takes better shots. The Note 5 Pro produces warm, punchy colours with reasonable image detail. It can do reasonably well in low light situations.
If anything is overhyped, it’s the V9's camera. It has the options for Panorama, Pro Mode, Video and Portrait modes. The captured images give the perfect shots that you need. The camera also adds an augmented reality(AR) stickers, which can be used to glam your images.
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