Five Best Camera Smartphones in First Half of 2017

Smartphone manufacturers are always upgrading their camera’s phone however each product has its own strength and leading to the difference customer segmentation.

The best shooting smartphone- Samsung Galaxy S8/S8 plus

Like Predecessor S7, S8 use a 12 megapixel sensor but the difference on the Galaxy S8 comes from adjusting the software and upgrading the processing power that Samsung brings. The smartphone brings about sharp images, good shooting in low light thanks to f / 1.7 lens.

The Galaxy S8 / S8 plus has a professional shooting mode that allows you to adjust the ISO, shutter speed, manual focus or white balance, etc. Also, you can choose to focus near, far, or full focus.

 

 

The best zoom capacity smartphone- Apple iPhone 7 Plus

For users who like to take close-up photos, the iPhone 7 Plus is a worth choice thanks to the dual camera system. The 2x optical zoom capability and especially the professional-looking font removal make the smartphone different from the previous generation iPhone.

The camera has a 28mm f / 2.8-inch f / 1.8 lens and a 56mm f / 2.8 focal length camera. Normally, the iPhone 7 Plus uses a wide angle camera for every occasion and only activates the other camera when zoomed to 2x or portrait mode. Thanks to that, the camera is farther away with a 56 mm angle without lowing picture quality.

 

The best owning HDR smartphone- Google Pixel

Google’s Pixel is one of the most highly regarding camera smartphones, especially in the ability to capture HDR images. HDR + mode on the device makes it easy for users to record images in bright light without losing details in the dark.

Other enhancements to the predecessor’s Nexus 6P model are the ability to process HDR images with virtually no latency. Pixel is the best camera phone today with 89 points.

 

The best recording video smartphone- LG V20

The video recording capabilities of the V20 are well invested by the dual camera unit with a 16 megapixel sensor, f / 1.8 lens, 75 degree open angle and 8 megapixel camera with f / 2.4 aperture with wide 135 degrees. Fast, accurate focusing even in low light thanks to Hybrid Auto Focus.

Along with the 4K resolution image, the LG V20 recorded sound is also remarkable thanks to 3 independent microphones, support for background noise filtering and professional recording modes.

The best mid-range phone camera- Huawei Honor 8

In the mid-range smartphone, the Honor 8 features a pair of dual cameras similar to the P9, but does not have Leica certification. With two 12 megapixel cameras, the camera is able to record image depth, increasing focus in low light conditions.

On the configuration, the Honor 8 uses a Kirin 950 chip, up to 4 GB of RAM, inside a metal frame, and a back cover with a 5.2-inch Full HD screen.

 

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