There shouldn’t be any compromise in the quality of the cameras, as they help us to capture the precious moments of our life. Current generation smartphone’s camera technology has evolved significantly. Gone are the days where you need to carry a DSLR in order to capture photos or record videos. Thanks to the technology, all this is possible with just a smartphone now. But with numerous options of smartphones, choosing the best camera device is quite hard. So, we’ve decided to point out some of the best smartphones for photography. The devices which are shared in this article are latest ones only.
Google Pixel Series
The giant’s (Google) Pixel series has a pretty decent camera sensor which captures all the elements within a blink of an eye. Under the hood, the pixel series packs some great specifications like AMOLED display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 processor. The pixel series is known as the premium series as they come with super camera quality sensors. Unlike other smartphones, Google Pixel doesn’t lose its charm even in the low lighting conditions, somehow it manages to deliver excellent photos in almost all lighting conditions. The image stabilization sums it up making it an excellent camera smartphone.
Well, LG G5 couldn’t grab the attention throughout the last year. But LG G6 has surely grabbed the attention of many people who are desperately looking for the best camera smartphone, The 13 Megapixel dual camera setup on the back of the smartphone doesn’t any leave any reasons to disappoint us. The standard sensor from the dual camera comes with an f/1.8 aperture lens with optical image stabilization and the other sensor comes with an f/2.4 wide angle lens with depth field of view. The device delivers really promising results and it meets the expectations of the user.
Huawei Mate 9
Huawei Mate 9 smartphone does an outstanding job in camera aspect. It features a dual camera setup with Leica lens, one of them is a 12 Megapixel RGB sensor and the other one is a 20 Megapixel camera monochrome sensor. Both the sensor coordinates while capturing the photo, delivering an excellent image. In terms of specifications also, Huawei Mate 9 doesn’t lag behind the scenes. In simple words, Huawei Mate 9 is a great combination of specs and camera.
LG V20 supports a dual camera setup on the back, the main sensor is a 16 Megapixel shooter with an f/1.8 aperture and the other one is a 8 Megapixel sensor with wide angle lens. LG V20 captures good quality pictures not only in low lighting conditions but also in shiny conditions. The camera of LG V20 is packed with a bunch of excellent features, it provides manual controls over the photos. Overall, a good camera smartphone for camera lovers.
One Plus 3T
If you are a fan of One Plus, then here’s a sweet deal for you. One Plus 3T is truly a beast when it comes to speed and performance. In terms of camera, it doesn’t step back either. The device sports a 16 Megapixel camera on the back which captures decent photos in almost all lighting conditions. The amount of detailing you get in the captured photos are simply awesome, all the elements of a photo can be seen clearly.
Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge
Here comes the big boss, Samsung Galaxy S7, and S7 edge smartphones sports excellent camera on their back. It sports a 12 Megapixel dual sensor camera setup on the back of the smartphone, with an f/1.7 aperture. In terms of features, they both are packed with optical image stabilization, phase detection, LED flash and autofocus. Well, the autofocus is quite fast in Samsung Galaxy S7 and S7 edge compared to other flagship smartphones.
iPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 7 Plus features a premium camera setup on it. Apple has significantly improved the camera performance in iPhone 7. Especially in low lighting conditions, iPhone 7 Plus tops the list. It’s worth mentioning, iPhone 7 is truly a master in capturing good quality photos in rough conditions. iPhone 7 Plus produces accurate shots in dry lighting conditions also, the camera is quite fast on focusing the objects. That’s not at all, iPhone 7 Plus is capable of recording videos at 4K resolution with reasonable frames per second.
HTC Evo 10
HTC Evo 10 turns out to be a worthy smartphone in this article. It packs a 12 Megapixel ultra pixel camera on the back of it. The ultra pixel is an advanced sensor which captures high-quality pictures. However, we found the camera of this smartphone to be quite disappointing in specific lighting conditions. But again, the ultra pixel balances everything smoothly as expected. HTC 10 manages to produce usable shots in very dim lighting conditions also. So, HTC 10 is worth mentioning in this list as it’s ultra pixel camera does an excellent job.
Lenovo Moto Z
Here comes the Chinese smartphone manufacturer. Lenovo Moto Z manages excellently to capture some great photos and videos in ultra 4k resolution. Whether you are shooting in 1080 Pixels or 4k, Moto Z delivers promising results. Well, the camera specification of this smartphone isn’t that impressive compared to other smartphones on this list. It sports a 13 Megapixel camera on the back with dual LED flash and laser autofocus. The device’s focusing power isn’t fast but I’d say it’s decent enough to consider on this list.
Sony Xperia XZ
Sony Xperia XZ packs a 19 Megapixel camera on the back which comes with predictive phase detection and laser autofocus feature. Sony Xperia XZ is an excellent device for capturing photos, but it’s more like a video recorder. There are no compromisations in video recording, you can capture 4k videos with minimum 30 frames per second and 720pixel videos at 960 frames per second.