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Top 5 Camera Smartphones

Posted In Smartphone reviews - By Techtiplib on Sunday, August 24th, 2014 With No Comments »

Digital cameras are very useful, however if you are constantly on the move, a smartphone with good quality camera may just be the right solution for you. We are getting closer to the age when literally the smartphone and lower and middle class digital cameras will be one and the same.

We will be showing you top 5 camera smartphones taken out of the overall top 10 rated smartphones of today. We have based our list on overall image creation quality regardless of the other specifications of the smartphone in question.

Nokia Lumia 920

Nokia Lumia 920 camera

Nokia Lumia 920 is one of the latest and currently one of the best creations of Finnish manufacturer since they started collaborating with Microsoft and since they have started creating phones based on Windows Phone Platform. Nokia has been purchased by Microsoft eventually, so this could also be considered as a Microsoft smartphone.

It features 8 megapixel camera with True image stabilization, Car Zeiss optics and double LED flash. This is just the beginning; the real deal of this phone is hidden inside. This smartphone is capable of creating images with resolution of 3264 x 2448 pixels with 4:3 ratio and 3552 x 2000 pixels with 16:9 ratio. With that being said, consider that this is just 11% decline in resolution between ratios, while other smartphones on the market just cannot top 15% difference. This is one of the main reasons why Nokia Lumia 920 is one of the best camera smartphones out there.

Sony Xperia T

Sony Xperia T camera

Xperia T has very impressive camera with 13 megapixels which features Exmor R sensor, advanced image stabilizer and LED flash. This smartphone is capable of creating high resolution images of 4128 x 3096 pixels, which basically means you will be able to create extremely highly detailed photos with precise colors. Thanks to Exmore R sensor, you can also create stunning and clear images during lower light conditions, and all that with a quick snapshot of 1.1 seconds. Additional function is its 16x digital zoom. Sony Xperia T clearly deserves to be among some of the best camera smartphones.

Apple iPhone 5S

iPhone 5S camera

Apple has always been a leader among smartphones manufacturers. In terms of quality, iPhone 5S is still top notch smartphone. iPhone 5S comes with Impressive 8 megapixel camera capable of delivering amazing 3264 x 2448 pixel images with clear details and wide range of color tones. iPhone 5S is at the moment the best camera device on iOS platform.

HTC Windows Phone 8X

HTC 8X camera

HTC Windows Phone 8X features an 8 megapixel camera with LED flash and autofocus. The best function of this smartphone is its sensor on the back side. With this hardware you will be able to make photos with correct exposition and contrast. This smartphone also has the ability to create spectacular macro photographs. The only flaw of the camera is a bit higher level of digital humming comparing to the other smartphones in this category.

Samsung Galaxy Note 3

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 camera

The original Note and its successor didn’t have much success in terms of creating photos. However, Note 3 can create pretty good 8 megapixel photos. It features LED flash. Digital humming is there, but it is extremely low, which is a great advantage regarding its competitors. Details on the photos created by this smartphone are pretty impressive. This model probably has the best camera since Samsung has revealed models like Samsung Galaxy S5 and Samsung Galaxy Ultra. If you need a reliable smartphone with bigger high quality screen and a high end camera, by choosing Samsung Galaxy Note 3 you will not make a mistake. Recommended reading: Some Great Tricks for Galaxy Note 3 Owners.

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