A total of 5 smartphones are included in the list.
It is almost the holiday season in India and as we gear up for Dussehra and Diwali, Christmas and New Year are not too far away. In such a situation, there are many users who are thinking of buying a new smartphone, for them the quality of the camera is likely to be an important factor before all the upcoming festivals.
But if the best camera quality is the most important thing for you and money is not a problem, then today we bring you a list of some such smartphones from which you will know which camera is the best and which one you should buy.
Samsung Galaxy S21 Series
The Samsung Galaxy S21 series are the top flagship devices of the brand at the moment and they come with some of the best cameras ever. The Samsung Galaxy S21 and S21+ sport a stunning 12MP+12MP+64MP camera setup at the back which is very capable. However, if you want both camera performance and a flagship experience, you can buy the S21 Ultra.
Xiaomi Mi Ultra
Xiaomi MI 11 Ultra is an all-around powerful package, and the camera performance of this phone is also excellent. It is equipped with 50MP + 48MP + 48MP triple camera setup and many software features. So this phone is a good deal for you.
oneplus 9 pro
The OnePlus 9 Pro comes with the company’s partnership with Hasselblad in which you get the company’s powered camera. You have 48MP + 50MP + 8MP setup with software processing, which gives great quality photos.
iPhone 13 Pro Max / 13 Pro
There is no camera list without the iPhone and the Pro model of the iPhone 13 series is on top here. With a triple 12MP camera setup, the iPhone 13 series offers an immersive camera experience with features like sensor-shift, macro mode and a new cinematic mode.
Vivo X70 Pro+
Vivo’s X series is a series of flagship, camera-oriented smartphones with the X70 series being the latest addition. It has OIS (Optical Image Stabilization on all four rear cameras) and it offers strong video and photo quality along with many software powered features.
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