Today on Techcribs we are going to discuss about the best android phone with good cameras that you can use for year 2018.
The first thing you need to know is that megapixels dosent determine the quality of a good camera. The aparture of a camera is what really determines the viability. Here is a list of compiled phones by TCB_media.
1. Samsung Galaxy S9: The best phone camera yet
Superficially, the Galaxy S9’s camera hasn’t changed much. Equipped with a single 12-megapixel sensor with dual-pixel phase-detection autofocus and optical image stabilisation, nothing here is new – aside from the super-wide f/1.5 aperture. This alone changes everything.
This allows the S9’s camera to let much more light in, brightening up shots and capturing crisper details. You don’t even have to do anything to see the benefit – the camera cleverly widens the aperture automatically when light levels reach below 100 lux.
The S9’s camera is the clear winner here, with excellent low-light shots and heaps of detail captured in more camera-friendly lighting conditions. The video hardware is also upgraded, with the S9 able to record 720p resolution footage at 960fps, stretching 0.2 seconds of footage into six seconds of video.
Samsung Galaxy S9 (Single SIM) 64 GB 5.8-Inch Android 8.0 Oreo UK Version SIM-Free Smartphone – Midnight Black
2.Huawei P20 Pro: Triple-camera threat
Huawei’s P20 Pro has a rather unusual triple-camera arrangement. The standard 40-megapixel RGB camera and 20-megapixel monochrome camera work together to deliver images of greater dynamic range with lower noise than would otherwise be possible with a single camera, while the monochrome sensor captures detail-rich black and white photographs.
The third camera – an 8-megapixel 3x telephoto lens (80mm equivalent focal length) – merely adds optical zoom. Notably, this is the only lens that’s optically stabilised, but what’s most impressive is that the P20 Pro is capable of capturing images at a maximum 102,400 ISO sensitivity.
3. iPhone X: Best for video
Apple’s iPhone X is the most expensive phone on the list – and the priciest phone ever released for that matter – but it does a mighty fine job of taking reliable photos and crisp, steady 4K video at 60fps.
The X has two cameras on the rear, both 12 megapixels, both using Sony sensors. One is a wide-angle camera, the other a 2x telephoto lens. The key difference between this and the iPhone 8 Plus is that the telephoto camera has a slightly brighter aperture at f/2.4 and it’s optically stabilised, too, just like the main f/1.8 camera.
While still image quality excellent – with the X building on Apple’s excellent portrait mode – the best thing is the iPhone X’s video capabilities. Capturing footage at 4K resolution at a maximum framerate of 60fps, no other smartphone’s video efforts come close when it comes to this level of quality. It’s absurdly expensive, but that’s the sky-high price you pay for excellent-quality video on-the-go.
4. OnePlus 6: The best mid-range camera
The One Plus 6’s rear snapper incorporates one 16-megapixel, f/1.7 main camera and another, 20-megapixel f/1.7 camera right beside it. Both work hand in hand to produce fantastic-quality snaps and some of the best we’ve seen on a device at this price.
Just like with the iPhone 8 Plus, the 20-megapixel camera helps with producing an iPhone-like Bokeh effect on portrait shots. The quality is great, and although it’s not right up there with the Galaxy S9, it’s very impressive for the money.
5. Google Pixel 2: Best for portrait shots
Just missing out on the podium, the Pixel 2’s camera is still remarkable. Featuring an almost identical 12-megapixel rear snapper to last year’s Google phone, the Pixel 2 has a wider f/1.8 aperture, with both optical and electronic image stabilisation for seriously stable shots.
The Pixel 2’s wide aperture is well suited for low-light photography and in good light, the Pixel 2 produced pictures with superb dynamic range and colour saturation, while the white balance was much more accurate. And with Google improving the performance of its HDR+ processing algorithms, it’s quicker to capture images as well.
The Pixel really does set a brand new smartphone photography benchmark, distancing itself even further from its predecessor, but what truly makes this phone stand out is its portrait mode capabilities.
6. Motorola Moto G6: The best camera on a budget
The cheapest option on this list, Motorola’s Moto G6 offers the best smartphone camera for less than £200. The Moto G6’s dual-camera arrangement, with a 12-megapixel f/1.8 lens and 5-megapixel f/2.2 depth sensor, captured an abundance of detail, with stunningly sharp image definition.
Outdoors, colours were wonderfully accurate picking up plenty of detail in neighbouring brickwork. It’s even a decent performer indoors too, with visual noise kept to a minimum. Pick up the Moto G6 if you don’t want to spend too much.
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