After ending the Xperia Z series, the Japanese handset maker Sony has launched its Xperia X smartphone in India at the sub 48k price tag. The company has come up with new "X" series of smartphones -- Xperia X, Xperia XA and Xperia XA Ultra with improved configuration in terms of design, camera and battery.
Predictive Hybrid Autofocus feature keeps Xperia X ahead!
One the main highlight of the Xperia X is the 23MP rear camera with some brilliant features including -- predictive hybrid autofocus, quick capture and steady shot technology.
Alpha team + Sony's algorithm!
Also, the company has claimed that, it has worked closely with the Alpha team to create a brilliant camera experience for the users. As the features surrounding the camera is built around Sony's algorithm, we can expect some good improvements over the time in future updates.
Dual camera with wide angle lens gives more information
On the other hand, we have the recently launched LG G5 smartphones sporting a dual camera setup. In terms of specifications, the LG G5 has 16MP main camera capable of recording 4K videos along with an 8MP secondary camera with wide angle lens. The selfies can be clicked by an 8MP camera on the front.
Before heading on to the camera comparison, let's have a quick look at the specifications:
LG G5: This device comes packed with competitive specs, including -- 5.3-inch QHD display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 820 SoC, 4GB RAM, 32GB inbuilt memory with expandable option up to 200GB, Android 6.0 Marshmallow and powered by a 2800mAh battery
Sony Xperia X: The latest smartphone from Sony comes with mid-range specifications -- 5-inch display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 650, 3GB RAM, 64GB inbuilt memory, Android, 6.0 Marshmallow and juiced with 2620mAh battery.
In this picture, both the camera has captured the detail perfectly. But the picture shot from Xperia X seems to be more yellowish when compared to G5 on the left. Also, the LG G5 capture wide range of details when compared to Xperia X.
In this case, the picture shot from Xperia X looks more natural and sharp. The focussed subject gives more details when zoomed in. On the other hand, the picture shot from LG has kind of green tone all over.
With the help of dual camera, most of the parts are in focus, when compared to Xperia X. The Xperia X has more natural tone to the subject with more sharpness. But, the pink hue is scattered all over the place with out of focus on most of the parts.
Talking about the image here, the exposure is too high on LG G5 camera with more sharpness giving us an unnatural picture. While the image shot on Xperia X gives us a perfect glimpse of the subject.
Here the picture from LG G5 looks sharp and also covers more subject than Xperia X.
When it comes to selfie, nothing beats Xperia's camera. Talking about naturality Xperia stays ahead than LG's flagship model. However, when zoomed in Xperia X picture becomes soft and blurry. The LG G5 retains its sharpness in the photo.