With advancements in smartphone technology, most people don’t need expensive cameras such as a DSLR or even a point and shoot. Rather, many smartphone cameras fulfill the needs of most consumers and even challenge DSLRs. But not all smartphone cameras perform the same.
Defining “Best” for Smartphone Cameras
DxOMark offers a fabulous, and independent, set of benchmarks for image quality in phones and cameras. We’ll use these ratings for reference. However, features are important, so we’ll also bear those in mind. Look for phones that include dual cameras, optical image stabilization (OIS), and a high DxOMark rating. Megapixels are important as well, although that’s not exactly the best metric by which to judge a camera.
Considerations for best smartphone cameras:
- Dual cameras
- High DxOMark rating
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