Ever since cameras were introduced in our handheld communicating devices, people have become addicted to . We take photos of clothes, photos of meals, photos of pets; you name it. We are currently living in a time where people are obsessed with taking pictures. Mobile photography is a thing, regardless of whichever age group you belong to, we simply cannot lay our hands off that click.
In fact, many idolize their models for targeted audiences, specifically showcasing the power of its camera. In this post, let us take a quick look at some of the best phones out there that are absolutely worth the investment if you love taking photos.
7 Best Phones for Capturing Clicks
Google Pixel 4
“Capture the cosmos” is the tagline for this device by Google. Popularized to take photos like a full-blown studio, Pixel 4 offers an evolved camera that allows you to capture richly detailed photos with its NightSight. Live HDR+ allows you to adjust brightness and shadows separately through dual exposure controls. The focus is also spot on through a second camera lens that enables Portrait Mode and providing DSLR-like quality to your images. The Super Res Zoom makes capturing high-quality photos from far effortless. Since it is Google, you can also stop worrying about storing and finding your images through unlimited storage for your files on Google Photos. The offered Google Pixel 4 the Gold Award.
Huawei P30 Pro / Huawei Mate 30 Pro
For Huawei, we went for two models, the Mate30 Pro and the P30 Pro. Sounds confusing but the models offer you a powerful 40–megapixel rear camera and a 32–megapixel front camera. The only difference as far as the camera is concerned is that the Mate30 Pro offers a SuperSensing CineCamera, while the P30 Pro offers a Leica Quad Camera. Both of the rear cameras offer autofocus, phase focus, and contrast focus as well as AI image stabilization. However, the P30 goes beyond and provides a 20 MP Ultra-Wide Angle Lens and an 8 MP Telephoto. According to a at Gadgets360, the P30 was awarded a 4.5–star rating.
iPhone 11 Pro/ iPhone 11 Pro Max
The leading phone manufacturing company Apple offers the same camera for iPhone 11 Pro and the Pro Max. The only difference is the bigger display screen of Pro Max that goes up to 6.5 inches (diagonally). The camera setup includes three 12MP Ultra-Wide, Wide, and Telephoto. The portrait mode comes with advanced bokeh and Depth Control. Panorama can make you go up to 63MP. Other features include 100% Focus Pixels, Night mode, Smart HDR, Auto image stabilization, and burst mode. The triple-camera system allows you to capture beautiful images in drastically lower light. The triple-camera setup also offers you an impressive 4x optical zoom range. The iPhone 11 earned a rating of 9/10 in conducted by Cnet.com.
Xiaomi Mi CC9 Pro Premium Edition
The newest high-end smartphone from Xiaomi features a Penta-camera setup, yes that is five cameras at the back of your phone. The primary camera offers you a 108MP with a 1/1.33-inch sensor and OIS 27MP output resolution. Then you have both long and short telephote cameras, an Ultra-Wide, and finally a Macro. The camera has been tested by several reviewers to offer incredible results taking into various factors like autofocus, color depth, exposure, night time photography, and texture, to name a few. The model ticks off all the right boxes, just like a from professionals.
OnePlus 8 Pro
The Chinese smartphone manufacturer has taken the world like a storm. The OnePlus 8 Pro offers you a dynamic 48 MP Quad camera. Features include 120o field of view, 3cm Macro Mode, 30x Digital zoom, and a photochromic filter to name a few. The OnePlus 8 Pro also uses a Sony IMX689 image sensor, one of the biggest available in the smartphone industry, spanning 1/1.43 inches diagonally. With its smart algorithm processing the image you capture, the results are simply fantabulous to behold. The camera lets you capture wide photos all day and all night. There is also a Smart Pet Capture for the loves of your lives. The Verge offered OnePlus 8 Pro a rating of 8.5 in one of .
Oppo Find X2 Pro
The comes with an Ultra Vision Camera System offering you 48MP wide and Ultra-Wide angle lenses along with a 13MP periscope telephoto lens. The camera also features enhancements through dual OIS and 12-bit True Capture with optical image stabilization. Other feats include a Sony IMX586 sensor, 120o field of view, and ultra-macro mode. The Periscope Telephoto camera offers you 10x hybrid zoom and up to 60x digital zoom. The Ultra Night Mode utilizes all three lenses and algorithms to capture stunning images with mesmerizing detail. Omni-directional PDAF makes every pixel a focus point to allow you to capture shots in any type of lighting.
Samsung Galaxy Note 10 Plus / Samsung Galaxy S20 Plus
For Samsung also we picked two models the Note 10+ and S20+ as they both offer a quad–camera setup for the rear camera. However, the Note 10+ has a 16MP Ultra-Wide Camera while the S20+ offers you a 12MP Ultra-Wide Camera. The S20+, however, has a 64MP Telephoto Camera whereas Note 10+ has only a 12MP Telephoto Camera. Intelligent features for both models include scene optimizer, short suggestions, and flaw detection. Common features for both also include live focus, Super slow-mo, and Hyperlapse. However, takes the cake with a hybrid Optic Zoom of 10x and Super–Resolution Zoom of up to 100x.
Choosing the best camera phone is an ongoing debate as technology is quickly bridging the gap between flagship smartphone manufacturers and the so–called underdogs in the industry. The Huawei Mate 30 Pro should be a good camera phone to measure the performance of various other models, and you can use it as a yardstick. Other than that it is literarily impossible to deliver a winner out of all the ones we have mentioned so far. Let your budgets guide you, and may the force be with you!
Stella Lincoln currently works as a Lifestyle blogger at Academist Help, where students can acquire a professional from experts specializing in their field of study. During her free time, Stella likes to engross herself with all the latest news and updates the tech world has to offer.