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.
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 prime reason to purchase iPhone X is its unmatchable features of rear cameras. The dual rear cameras comes with optical image stabilisation and fast lenses for superfine photos even in low light. The wide angle and telephoto cameras allows optical and digital zooming, up to 10 times for photos and 6 times for videos. Hence, a user gets the spectacular shots as per the desires.
If you are looking for images with ample details and punchy colors, it is the A6 Plus to meet all such needs. Iconically, its camera app is very straightforward. It has some really useful features like expanding and shrinking viewfinder, stickers, live focus/selfie focus for bokeh, Bixby vision and a lot more.
The only reason to pick F7 up off the shelves is for a better camera experience than other phones in the mid-range segment. Its dual rear cameras comes with phase detection autofocus, that results in splendid shots.
The Nokia 7 Plus is ideally meant for excellent low light photography. In low light, it performs better than the most, which should be the ideal case with a dual-lens setup. The colour reproduction and details look fine when the rear cameras are used. It also features an impressive autofocus speed, which looks great at judging and adjusting exposure.
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.
The P20 Lite houses dual rear cameras, that enables bokeh-adjusting wide aperture mode. This mode lets you adjust the level of the bokeh effect on your photos after they’ve been taken, between f/0.95 and f/16. Thus, generating crisp images with blurred background. Considering this fact, the unit is worthier to purchase.
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.
|Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus|
|Huawei P20 Pro|
|Apple iPhone X (64GB)|
|Samsung Galaxy A6 Plus|
|Nokia 7 Plus|
|Huawei P20 Lite|
|Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro|