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Best Camera Phones 2018 Are The…

Smartphones have replaced almost all cameras. Some high-end smartphones are now better than entry-level DSLRs. With this in mind, many people now put an emphasis on cameras when buying smartphones because not every smartphone camera is built equally. In this blog post, I will list the best camera phones.

 

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The Age Old Question iPhone or Android?

 

When it comes down to the camera, whether you decide on choosing Android or iPhone there are some pros and cons that you should consider.

 

The latest iPhones have great cameras. However, iPhones have a limited number of phones available at one time. When looking at recent models there may only be 2 or 3 options available.

 

If you’re thinking about choosing an Android phone, you will have much more options to choose from. These options include LG, Samsung, OnePlus, Google, and more.

 

This is because Android devices are open source, meaning that anyone can use the software to create a phone. Utilizing this ability, manufacturers have been able to develop a wide number of devices with many camera options.

 

Front Facing Camera Vs. Rear Facing Camera

 

Almost all phones have two cameras, one on the front and the other on the back. On most devices, the rear-facing camera far exceeds that of a front-facing camera.

 

You must decide whether you want to find a phone with a camera on the front that’s average or one that matches that of the rear-facing camera.

 

A high-quality front-facing camera is important for those who enjoy taking lots of selfies. It’s also important for people who use their phone for mobile streaming.

 

Megapixels:

 

Many people who are thinking about buying a smartphone with a good camera will often determine the quality of the camera based on the number of megapixels it has.

 

This was the old way to determine the quality of a camera because the image quality typically increased along with the pixel count.

 

However, times have changed because you can now find a good smartphone camera which has 12 megapixels. This is due to additional features in the software that works in conjunction with the camera to improve the picture quality.

 

Dual cameras, laser focus, HDR+ capability, optical image stabilization, and more are all features that will enhance the picture quality. Now you know what are the best camera phones and how to choose the appropriate phone for you based on the camera.