One of the major reasons some people spend a lot of money on mobile phone, asides from staying up to date with the latest gadget, is definitely because of the camera quality of the device. The percentage of people who have soft copy pictures has drastically dropped since the emergence of pro cameras on mobile phones. The two most famous mobile companies are Apple and Samsung, so we won’t be including them in the count down today, because we already know that they have really sharp cameras.
We give you 5 mobile phones you probably didn’t know had really amazing cameras.
This is a state of the art mobile phone, giving us technological advancement at its best. The Tecno Camon series mobile phones are mainly designed to take top notch pictures, a feature referred to as “Mobiography”. The 16 Mega Pixel camera has the ability powerful enough to capture every moment no matter the speed, weather or distance. The Mobigraphy C10 or CX is undisputedly the first of its kind in 2017.
The Sony Xperia XZ Premium has one of the best cameras out there, which is obviously why it made the list. It’s no surprise because Sony has produced some of the best professional cameras. The XZ premium has a 19mp Sony made rare sensor. It also features HDR, Face Detection, Laser focus, EIS and of course the best feature of all; the Super slow motion. It has the ability to capture footage at a fascinating 960fps, which is 720fps better than the Samsung and iphone at 240fps.
The Google pixel design is Google’s sophomore Smartphone, and the phone won with the camera amongst other features. The phone has a 12.3mp rare camera, it scored overall in the DxO tests, which puts it above the iphone 7 and Samsung 7. It also comes with slow motion, panorama, photosphere mode, which is designed to create the blurred background effect you get with DSLR and compact system cameras.
This phone comes with an Honour 8 Pro sports a 12MP (Monochrome) + 12MP (RGB) Dual rear cameras, with dual-tone LED flash, f/2.2 aperture, and 4k video recording option. The RGB sensor captures all the color information while the Monochrome sensor manages to take the details from the shadows as well as highlights. So, yeah, the camera quality is really worth the buy.
Although this former mobile phone favorite has lost its popularity over the years, they didn’t play with the camera quality of this baby. The Moto G5 plus is capable of better low light shooting thanks to the aperture boost from f/2.2 to f/1.7. The sensor captures larger 1.4-micron pixels in each photograph, which boasts accurate lighting and cuts back on the amount of noise.