It is very important to have a good mobile camera today. And there is no such thing as taking pictures day and night in all sorts of situations and recording high quality videos, especially if you are an avid photographer of social media.
Of the many mobiles that our phone tracker has their eyes on, it is difficult to choose the best camera mobile or at least know how good the phone is for taking photos.
We’ve seen a slew of strong flagships and good inexpensive phones reach shelves in recent months, from Apple and Samsung to Oppo, OnePlus, Huawei, and Xiaomi. And the pattern appears to be continuing, with phone releases occurring throughout the year. Below you will find a list of best camera phones that has been shortlisted by our dedicated phone tracker.
Huawei P50 Pro
Huawei P50 Pro, a mobile phone has the best camera of its time with 144 points, which puts it in its ranking as the undisputed leader.
This device has a quadruple Leica optics photography system that we get. The telephoto snapper features a 64MP Bayer-filtered sensor and a 90mm f/3.5 OIS lens for 3.5x optical zoom over the primary camera. Because this camera can shoot in full 64MP (it isn’t Quad-Bayer), it can provide even more lossless zoom than the 3.5x it promises by cropping from the entire 64MP image. Huawei claims that this can increase productivity by up to 10 times.
Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra
With a respectable score of 143 points and deserving second place, we have. The Xiaomi Mi11 Ultra is another phone with the best cameras of the time, no doubt.
Its triple camera system, which is made of 2.0 MP main shooter with f / 50 aperture, a 5 MP telephoto lens with 48 x optical zoom, and 2.2 MP ultra wide angle with f / 48 aperture and 128 field of view (above average), making it a phone is capable of taking pictures with a high level of detail, even in adverse conditions. If we add that it is capable of recording in 8K resolution, we will have incredible videos, as well as some nice selfies, thanks to the fact that it has an f / 20 apertures. With 2.0 MP front shooter.
iPhone 13 Pro / iPhone 13 Pro Max
The Pro and Pro Max phones are the top siblings in Apple’s iPhone 13 families, which debuted in late 2021. Sure, these aren’t tremendous improvements over the iPhone 12 devices, but the camera software is one of the most significant.
The iPhone 13 Pro and iPhone 13 Pro Max include a 12MP f/1.5 primary sensor with large 1.9m pixels, a 12MP f/1.8 ultra-wide sensor, and a 12MP f/2.8 telephoto sensor with 3x optical zoom in each.
While they lack the lens numbers and optical zoom length of some of the phones on this list, their performance is superb, and despite the lack of a dedicated macro lens, they are perhaps better for macro photography than any competitor.
Google Pixel 6 Pro
The Google Pixel 6 Pro is no exception to Google’s tradition of providing exceptional photographic experiences on its phones. In reality, it has seen significant hardware and software advancements since the Pixel 5.
The phone boasts a 50MP f/1.9 primary sensor with 1.2 million pixels, which we found to be capable of shooting exceptional photographs with superb detail and true-to-life colours in our review.
A 12MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera with a 114-degree field of view and a 48MP f/3.5 telephoto camera with 4x optical zoom round out the lineup, both of which performed admirably in our testing though not quite as well as the top competitors.
OnePlus 9 Pro
While the OnePlus 9 Pro doesn’t challenge the top rank, it is by far the greatest camera phone the company has released at the time of its introduction.
It contains a 48MP f/1.8 primary camera, an 8MP f/2.4 telephoto camera (with 3.3x optical zoom), a 50MP f/2.2 ultra-wide camera, and a 2MP monochrome sensor for enhancing black and white images. The ultra-wide is perhaps the most noticeable of them, as it features a freeform lens design that eliminates the ‘barrel’ distortion that can be seen at the borders of ultra-wide images produced on other phones.
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