The Xiaomi Redmi Note 5 Pro is an impressive smartphone that comes with impressive 20-megapixel selfie camera. This Sony sensor is paired with a 4500k selfie light, giving bright images even in low light condition.
The front camera with a 24MP lens functions well. In fact, it functions slightly better than the Oppo F7. Even when the AI mode turned is on, the Vivo phone delivers photos that look less processed than the Oppo F7.
The smartphone features dual front-facing cameras with 16MP resolution and comes with a front LED flash to promise quality selfies and video calling. Its selfie features, make the phone to be one of the bestseller in market.
The front camera being the main highlight, has an AI Beauty feature that lets an algorithm to figure out, how much beautification is required to make you look better without the picture looking too processed.
The A6 Plus is regarded with the best selfie features. The front camera shots are actually praiseworthy. The captured images look well-defined with ample of details and punchy colours. It has some really useful features like expanding and shrinking viewfinder, stickers, live focus/selfie focus for bokeh, Bixby vision and a lot more. For selfie lovers, the unit is a real treat.
There’s a 16MP front-facing camera that can shoot nice, sharp selfies with well balanced exposure and close to source colours. The camera also retains the ‘Bothie’ feature introduced on Nokia 8 last year. It basically uses both the cameras at once, and allows users to live stream using one various social media platforms. If you are looking for better selfie with an ability to use front and back camera at a time, then this unit is the right choice.
There is a 24-megapixel front camera with an aperture of f/2.0, that allows excellent selfie shots. The camera app is fairly easy to use and offers a wide variety of modes such as Night Shot, Panorama, and Time-lapse. Thus, beautifying your selfies to the desired level.
On the front of the Moto G6 is a 8MP selfie camera, which looks better for taking images. There is a filter mode, which overlays Snapchat-like frippery such as cat features or bunny ears on your mug, that looks superb. There isn’t a wide-angle lens on the front of the Moto G6, but if you want to fit a group of friends into a selfie there is a way here. It’s called Group Selfie, and works in a similar way to the panorama mode on most phones.
The front camera shots are actually praiseworthy. The captured images look well-defined with ample of details and punchy colours. It has some really useful features like expanding and shrinking viewfinder, stickers, live focus/selfie focus for bokeh, Bixby vision and a lot more. For selfie lovers, the unit is a real treat.
The front camera works really fantastic. One new feature of the portrait mode in front camera is that, you can set the lighting effect for your selfies. This is something you can do particularly for selfies. There are five different options: soft lighting, butterfly lighting, split lighting, stage lighting and classic lighting, which on whole make your images splendid. It also includes a beauty effect with ten different levels, so you can smooth out imperfections on your skin.
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