The Camera quality of a phone determines, to a lot of individuals, the purchasing power; so you can imagine how important it is for the camera quality of a mobile device.
Here’s a list of the top 5 mobile phones with the best camera in 2020:
- Huawei Mate 40 Pro
An insanely good photography experience. The Mate 40 Pro is arguably the best phone camera in the world, offering the best overall complete package. Both regular and ultra-wide angle shots look superb in both well-lit and dark conditions, while the 5x optical zoom performs remarkably well even in lower light too. Focusing is responsive, and the front-facing selfie camera also crams in larger groups, thanks to its wide angle lens.
Throw in super-stabilised video with impressive HDR for good measure, and you have a smartphone with a camera that’s capable of excelling at any task you care to throw at it. If you care about photography more than anything else, this is the current smartphone to buy.
- iPhone 12 Pro Max
The best smartphone camera for most individuals. The iPhone 12 Pro Max seats comfortably at the top of this list, for obvious reasons.
Night and low light shots is something the iPhone 12 Pro Max clearly excels in, made possible by its large sensor. Night Mode itself can be used with both the main and ultra-wide sensors too, which is another handy bonus for low light photographers.
- iPhone 12 & iPhone 12 mini
The iPhone 12 series really proved to be the best, so far, offered by Apple and were excited for it. The iPhone 12 and iPhone 12 mini serve up the exact same camera experiences, and are both a noticeable step down from the iPhone 12 Pro models.
Despite losing a few features to their Pro siblings, all of the cameras perform well, and continue to beat most other mobile devices in low light environments. Smart HDR3 is still included, making use of AI to enhance images, while Dolby Vision also remains for adding more flair to your recordings.
- Huawei P40 Pro
Huawei’s successor to the fantastic P30 Pro is a worthy follow-up from a camera point of view. It even feels special; Huawei has curved the screen on all four sides, so whether you’re swiping in from up, down, left, or right, your thumb will effortlessly glide across the display.
05. Google Pixel 5
Solid camera with great software ,the Pixel 5 uses the tools available very well, capturing crips, detailed shots with accurate colours in good lighting, although performance drops somewhat in low light conditions. While the ultra-wide lens is great for cramming more into a single shot, there is some noticeable distortion at the edges.
An area in which the Pixel 5 really shines though, is its software, with features like Portrait Light brightening faces and subjects, along with a powerful set of in-built editing tools for perfecting shots after they’re taken.
Which of these phones do you own? Do you agree with our list?