6 Best Android Phone Cameras of 2016


Yes. You got to agree. When you look out to buy a new phone for yourself, one of the most important things that you take into consideration is the camera specifications. Smartphones have already started becoming alternatives for cameras. There are so many camera oriented phones in the market today that we tend to get confused and wonder which one to choose. So here are some of the top rated android phone cameras of 2016

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6 Best Android Phone Cameras of 2016

6 Best Android Phone Cameras of 2016

6 Best Android Phone Cameras of 2016

  • Lenovo Moto G4 Plus

The Lenovo Moto G4 Plus sports a 16 MP rear sensor and f / 2.0 aperture is bolstered with hybrid laser-focus and phase-detection. It also has a 5 MP selfie shooter has an f / 2.2 aperture. The performance of the Lenovo Moto G4 camera has astounded experts and proved to be one of the excellent camera phones. There somehow seems to be a little difficulty in low light conditions.

  • Huawei P9

The Huawei P9 is also called the pocket DSLR is one of the best camera phones of this gen. This phone’s camera was designed in partnership with Leica. The rear camera offers 12 MP resolution and has f / 2.2 aperture. The front camera is 8 MP with f / 2.4 aperture.

  • Samsung Galaxy S7

The Samsung Galaxy S7’s 12 MP f / 1.9 aperture dual pixel technology rear camera is one of the best in the market. The S7’s front camera is powerful as well,it features at 5 MP with an f / 1.7 aperture. The picture quality in low light is also quite worthy as it lets more light to come in and the pictures are clear. There is also an optical image stabiliser that works for shaky arms and hands.

  • LG V10

The LG V10 with its f/1.8 aperture lens helps to capture bright images even in dark places and the LG’s excellent autofocus and processing technology is also a notable attribute. Images taken on the LG V10 rarely appear blurred.

Also the  LG V10’s  ‘tri-camera’ technology is a good thing that contributes to good photographs. There are also two front-facing cameras on the V10 which can be combined to take photos at  wide 120-degree angles. This angle is far wider than a traditional selfie can capture

  • Nexus 6P

The Nexus 6P makes it to the best Android phone cameras list mainly due to its low-light performance. The absolute lack of noise in night shots is good and it’s one of the very few Android cameras out there to produce good night shots. Secondly, the HDR+ mode is one of the best available.

Photos produced in the HDR+ mode enabled often looks more interesting than the real thing indeed. These pictures thereafter require little editing to be worthy of sharing.

However you may be disappointed to know that the 6P camera lacks OIS. OIS helps reduce motion blur caused by a shaky hand. The 6P’s camera is also the lowest resolution on this list at 12.3 MP.

Despite all this, it is still a solid offering, and its dual-tone flash is particularly useful for keeping images looking natural.

  • Sony Xperia Z5

The Sony Xperia Z5’s autofocus is extremely fast clocked at around 0.03 seconds. It focuses on objects so quickly that it will be like missing a blink to see it happening. It also shoots slow-motion videos at 720p at 120 frames-per-second.

Sony’s image stabilization software and fast focusing means images are almost always clear, with little noise. The contrast and saturation is completely natural and with the Sony’s lossless zoom feature that implies you can zoom into shots taken at 8 MP without damaging the quality and also make it instantly appealing.

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Compiled via ANDROIDPIT

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