Smartphones are more than just a necessity today, we all are in love with a smartphone and especially a smartphone’s camera. The whole tribe flocked to test the waters, and one attempt after another made smartphone cameras the next indispensability the world wasn’t in need, but wanting heartily. Cut to present, we’re living in the day and age of dual lens camera, smarter modes, and quality precision. The smartphone companies are leaving no stone unturned to create cameras, which have it all, and the battle is heating up.
From travel junkies to selfie addicts, everyone wants a perfect snapper to stow around and bring it on anytime to capture pics. The infographic has nicely pointed out the best of all the top smartphones to help you choose the best.
Apple iPhone 8 and 8 Plus: In the latest iPhones, the camera is incredibly capable at what it does. Its main highlights are Dual Lens Support, Bokeh Support, and a smart Portrait Mode, which brings a clear step-up in image quality and noise reduction. Improved sharpness and texture reproduction deliver stunningly detailed pictures.
Google Pixel and Pixel 2: With an excellent aperture choice of f/1.8, Pixel delivers pictures with gorgeous detailing, making it one of the best handsets right now. Pixel 2 has great camera chops as well with features like Advanced OIS, Active Edge, Waterproofing and Reduced Noise.
Samsung Note 8: The camera is parallelly built on the surface and doesn’t bulge out to give away an ugly bump. More than anything else, Note 8 is winning hearts for its flawless low-light photography, which is a rare feat. It works outstandingly and becomes the most promising phone of the year.
HTC U11: This happens to be a budget offering with a really nice smartphone camera. Packing 16MP of f/1.20 aperture and a 12MP of selfie snapper, you’re assured of a better-than-ever photography experience. It has a unique feature where you can squeeze the phone to trigger an action.
Huawei Mate 10 Pro: With a confident camera, Huawei Mate 10 Pro is the classiest ever smartphone to have arrived late. Though the camera isn’t bucking what’s seen on Mate 9, P10 and P10 Plus combining an RGB and a monochrome sensor, Mate 10 Pro has improved the aperture in spades with f/`1.6 lenses across each of the camera modules.
In totality, we haven’t seen such a successful year in terms of all things camera. However, the latest trends of 2018 might just settle in, cutting the competition and flipping the things. Let’s see what future holds for us.
Infographic by TechiesPad