The question is, which mobile is the best? There are many phones on the market with impressive camera specs. However, high megapixels don’t always translate into great pictures. What is important is a good lens, fast autofocus, and image stabilization. Let’s look at some of the best camera phones available today. We’ve also reviewed the latest flagship smartphones in terms of camera quality. Which one is right for you?
Apple’s iPhone 12 Pro
With a better camera than ever, the iPhone 12 Pro is a top-notch phone. The camera mesa on the back of the device is an interesting shape that does not protrude as most camera lenses do. Instead, it’s an opaque reflective disk that houses the camera’s depth sensor. In low-light conditions, it helps the camera focus faster. Even during nighttime, the phone’s camera produces more even images with higher levels of detail.
Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra
The main camera on the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra is very good, and it is also capable of producing sharp pictures. Samsung did not opt for any fancy shooting modes but simplified the typical photography scenarios. The S22 Ultra’s camera has better night and low-light performance than its predecessor, which is a plus. However, while the camera is very good, you should be careful when taking photos in low-light conditions.
Oppo Find X5 Pro
The Oppo Find X5 Pro is the popular Find X3 Pro upgrade. The company has been exciting the camera on this phone for months, and it has finally been delivered. Oppo has crafted an excellent design and boasts powerful internals to compete with the best phones in this category. While this phone does not offer the best camera, it is one of the best for photography.
Google Pixel 6 Pro
When it comes to a mobile phone’s camera, the Google Pixel 6 and Pixel6 Pro have nearly identical camera systems. However, the Pixel 6 is not nearly as advanced as the Pro, lacking portrait video, cinematic video, and manual photo settings. However, for those who want to take great pictures, there is the Cinema 4K app, which allows users to shoot raw video and enjoy complete manual control over the camera settings.
OnePlus 10 Pro
The OnePlus ten Pro’s camera isn’t as good as the Pixel’s, but it’s still better than most phones for photography. The 10-bit color scheme of the OnePlus 10 Pro’s sensor means that it can capture over a billion colors. This is a large improvement over the Pixel’s four-bit color system, which only manages to capture around four billion colors. However, the camera’s exposure and color science aren’t quite up to the standards that we’d expect from a flagship smartphone.
Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 11 Pro
The Xiaomi Redmi Note11 Pro 5G camera is good enough to capture decent daylight shots, but it’s more than that. The smartphone’s Night Mode dramatically improves low-light shots. The camera is less accessible, though, sitting in the extra modes alongside the time-lapse video feature. Nonetheless, the phone’s low-light performance makes it a worthwhile buy.