Battle of the Smartphone Camera Heats Up

When it comes to smartphone cameras, the biggest problem is how to choose a phone that has a balance of everything. In the below infographic, we can see how there are different smartphones with a variety of different features. If we look closely, every smartphone has a USP and you need to see which feature appeals to you the most. We can start with Apple iPhone 8 which is a phone that has Apple’s iOS and comes along with a 7 Megapixel front camera and f2.2 with 12 Megapixel rear camera. If you are someone who has a bigger palm size, you can opt for the elder brother of iPhone called the iPhone 8 plus. The camera has a similar configuration except for the fact that it has dual rear lens which helps in capturing great quality portrait mode pictures.

The other phone which is very popular is Google pixel. The phone has a dual tone back and has been Google’s flagship since they halted the Nexus series. Both the Google Pixel and Pixel 2 phones are nice phones which have the all the features that you expect from a flagship phone. When these two phones were launched, they shook all the records of DxO rating. Both these phone take crisp pictures and are good at detailing. For someone who likes to take pictures in low light, for you the best phone to buy is Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It has got everything from dual lens to a DxO image score of more than 90. There are two new entrants called Huawei Mate 10 pro and HTC U11 that are very good at their DxO score and at the price they come for, these two phones can give serious competition to the rest of the phone which are at the top.

By |2018-01-18T16:47:31+00:00January 18th, 2018|Categories: Blog|Tags: , , |