Android phones have effectively managed to replace point-and-shoot cameras in recent years. For most of us, smartphones have become our main camera thus making photo quality a big deal when purchasing a new phone.
If you are looking for a new smartphone with a great camera, this post has a roundup on the best camera in the market now. These smartphones have quality camera but there are a number of factors that put then on this round up.
Google Pixel and Pixel XL
These handsets are fantastic smartphones. Besides coming with Google Assistant pre-installed, they have plenty of great software features. Both handsets runs Snapdragon 821 processor, long lasting batteries, 4GB of RAM and an AMOLED display.
The devices has the best camera features. Images are very detailed and sharp which is especially vital when shooting in the HDR+ mode. It also has a Google Camera application that is fast and it is very easy to access as you just need to double tap the power button and you are good to go.
Samsung S7 and S7 Edge
Samsung GalaxyS7 series have some of the best smartphone cameras on the market. The devices feature 12 megapixels dual-pixel rear camera sensors with an f/1.7 aperture size, a LED flash, phase detection autofocus and an optical image stabilization. It has a faster autofocus that works great even in low light conditions.
Apart from a great camera, the smartphones also come with 4GB of RAM, runs Android Nougat and a Quad AMOLED displays. The Galaxy S7 Edge features a 5.5-inch screen size while the S7 has a screen size of 5.1 inches.
3. Moto Z Force and Moto Z
While the Moto Z Force and Moto Z have their differences. They do feature some of the best phone cameras on the market. The Moto Z force have a 21 megapixel camera shooter while the Moto Z has a 13 megapixel sensor. Both come have f/1.8 lenses, 5MP front cameras, laser autofocus and OIS.
If you prefer purchasing one of these devices just on camera alone, go with Moto Z Force. It features a higher pixel count. The pixel count does not matter very much when comparing cameras but you’ll notice a difference when cropping photos. Both handsets are great in taking photos in both high and low light conditions.
4. LG V20
The LG V20 has a dual camera setup with a 16 megapixel rear camera with an aperture of f/2.4 and an OIS that an 8 Megapixel wide-angle sensor. The wide angle lens on the LG V20 is what makes it stand out. The work perfectly in every kind of situation. The wide angle sensor makes photos look more dynamic.
The camera app also comes with manual controls for video and photos. In addition, you’ve granular control on all aspects including focus, shutter speed, exposure, ISO, and white balance. It also features an inbuilt focus peaking that makes it simple to tell when the subject is focused.