When we go out to purchase any smartphone, the camera remains a major point of concern. And in this age of dual-lens cameras it has become even more difficult to purchase a smartphone with great camera capabilities. We know this challenge pretty well, so we decided to make a list of top 5 dual camera smartphones for you. Let’s take a look on them:
#1. Oppo Find X
This device launched recently is a spectacle when it comes to cameras. And it’s not because of its front facing pop-up camera alone – it’s also because of the sensors themselves. The 16mp and 20mp sensors of its dual-lens primary camera come with optical image stabilization (in both lenses, which is a big deal) and AI capabilities that enhance the photos even more before capturing them. Oppo Find X can recognize different types of subjects and scenarios and fine tune the camera lenses to capture them in best possible frames. Therefore, it captures some truly outstanding shots.
#2. Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus
Love it or hate it, but Samsung makes some of the best camera phones in the world. This is the case with Galaxy S9 Plus too. The 12mp + 12mp dual-lens primary camera of this phone comes with a unique variable aperture lens that adjusts itself according to the lighting situation. Optical image stabilization, Phase Detection Autofocus (PDAF), auto HDR, 4K video recording, slow motion video recording up to 60 fps and pretty much every other modern photography feature is available in dual-lens camera of this phone. The image quality has also been found to be the best that one can get from a smartphone in reviews of almost all major companies.
#3. Huawei P20 Pro
Okay, this one is not exactly a dual-lens camera phone… this is a triple-lens camera phone actually. However, we had to include this one in our list because of its picture and video quality. The 40mp telephoto, 20mp monochrome and a standard 8mp camera sensors of this phone fine-tuned by German optics firms Leica give unmistakably perfect shots in any situation. The cherry on cake are AI capabilities developed by Huawei, which further help this unique camera by offering frame-by-frame optimization. The end result are perfect images in any possible scenario.
However, the video capabilities of this phone are not too great. Especially the super slo-mo video capturing at 60 fps, which often shows the subject in a distorted manner.
#4. LG V30 Plus
When LG G6 was launched last year, its photography capabilities were amazing . Ask any G6 owner and you’ll come to know. LG V30 Plus takes those capabilities to the next level. It comes with a 16mp + 13mp dual lens primary shooter, complete with a wide-angle lens, 4K video recording support, PDAF and a wide range of other features that you’ll otherwise find in DSLR cameras only. In fact, LG V30’s camera is so packed with features that you won’t find any other smartphone with more features than this one. Basically, it’s a dream of every professional photographer!
#5. Samsung Galaxy Note 8
Until Note 9 is launched on August 9, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will remain the latest Note flagship of company. And being the 2nd most high-end product of Samsung’s mobile lineup it unsurprisingly comes with a camera that’s way better than the camera of most other smartphones. It has got a 12mp main camera with wide-angle lens and another 12mp sensor with 2x optical zoom for zooming, portrait mode and other fancy stuff. The main camera is equipped with optical image stabilization (OIS), so it doesn’t blur out the photos due to slightest motions in subject. The end result of all these things is that you can take breathtaking images in any type of lighting conditions.
So these are the top 5 dual camera smartphones that are ruling the market in 2018 and will continue to do so for another year, thanks to their outstanding photography capabilities. Get yourself the one that you want, and thank us later! Also don’t forget to share your thoughts about the devices mentioned above in comments section below.
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