When asked about the most important necessities of life, we no more name air, water, food and shelter as answers to it. Now there are new definitions of it with the most important answer being mobile or cell phones. Nowadays mobile phones give a wide range of facilities. The one we enjoy the most apart from calling and the chatting apps is the mobile phone camera. And with the advanced technologies, it is a party for photographers. Here we have the top 5 best mobiles for photography:
Apple iPhone 7 plus
iPhone 7 Plus has the best camera available till date on a smartphone. It takes great photos in all lighting conditions and can outperform any Android phone. Apple will also be adding the bokeh feature in an upcoming update, which will be an interesting addition to an already awesome camera unit. It is Apple, after all, we can expect the best.
Google Pixel XL
This phone produces the best level of details on any smartphone. Images were taken by the phone come out superb during daylight conditions. Depending on colour preferences, one may actually find this to be better than the iPhone 7 Plus at times. Where it lags behind, though, is in low light performance. If talking about performance, this is the best Android phone one can get today.
Samsung Galaxy S7 edge
When we are talking about best mobiles for photography, how can we forget this masterpiece! The Galaxy S7 Edge houses a 12MP Sony IMX260 sensor, with a f/1.7 lens. The phones have uber-fast autofocus, and essentially house all the features that you would require from a flagship-class device.
The latest addition to the OnePlus family replaces the old 13MP camera sensor for a new 16MP one made by Sony. The IMX298 sensor on the OnePlus 3T offers good image quality in multiple lighting conditions. The sensor supports PDAF (Phase Detection Autofocus) and OIS (Optical Image Stabilization), which helps in low light imaging and secures its place among the top camera smartphones available in the market.
Over the past few years, HTC has been trying to implement UltraPixel cameras in its flagship devices, but the experiment has not been that successful yet. The 12MP UltraPixel camera on the HTC 10 will change that and we believe that it is one of the best camera phone out there. It uses the Sony IMX377 Exmor R sensor, which is aided by OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and offers RAW support. The image quality is great, no matter whether you are shooting in broad daylight or under the streetlight. There is some noise under low light conditions, but the images taken by the device look true to the source.
The ones mentioned here are just a handful of the many good mobile phones with a great camera. We have mentioned only the ones that we think are the top 5 best mobile phones for photography.