Rafts of smartphones have been launched so far, and the one killing upgrade noticed across the board is an improved camera arrangement. Since a smartphone is maximum used for capturing images, smartphone companies are toeing all lines of innovation to get you a perfect snapper. And no, it isn’t about touching the highest megapixel range, but about dual lens, crisper images and better low-light clarity. The battle is insanely driven, and we can only imagine what 2018 has in store for us. Given the past year, there’ve been several showstopping smartphone launches, which have redefined what an ideal camera setup could be like. And yes, there are all the big names involved here. This infographic goes around all the mega jobs done with respect of smartphone cameras and explain what odds they’ve defeated to be on the prime spot.
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Apple is taking the centrestage for the right reasons, and primarily for how it ditched the old ways to accommodate far more trendy ones. It was talked vigorously about, for the iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, and we’ll tell you why. iPhone 8 packs the HDR mode with the new BIS sensor, which made it grab the eyeballs. The integration helps you capture far real, crisper and dynamic images than ever before. The DXO score of 92 shouldn’t go unnoticed as to how it can significantly do a better job in both photography and videography.
Coming to iPhone 8 Plus, we’d say that the phone easily has the year’s best smartphone camera to flaunt. It packs dual lens with Bokeh effect, rending a far superior image quality, and has a portrait mode for DSLR-like images. Quite easy to conclude why those looking for better depth in pictures would choose iPhone 8 Plus over anything else, provided that they’ve wads of cash to invest.
Apple has found close competition in Google like always, since its Pixel devices are anything but exceptional. Apart from being the most attractive Android devices under the sun, they sport smart snappers which anybody would love to have. While Pixel has an aperture of f/1.8 for sharp, distinctive images, Pixel 2 has advanced OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) technology that works a charm. All in all, both devices wonderfully come up to the expectations and consolidates Android’s standing in the market in the face of Apple’s power-packed innovations.
Samsung is also a deal to dig, all because of its Note 8’s performance in terms of low-light photography. Note that this is one rarity for a smartphone camera. It delivers clear images with added value of depth even when the exposure is low or negligible. HTC U11 and Huawei Mate 10 Pro are also worth an investment if you’re on budget.
For more details, check out the infographic and see which device suits you the best.