The Best Camera Phones in 2013
Phones have come a long way from when they were first introduced to the market. With their ever changing features, they are becoming an increasingly large part of our everyday lives. The camera however could be seen as the staple to any good phone, providing you with images that you can send and upload to various different social media channels. If you’re a fan of tech websites like http://visopix.com/, you will know that bad quality photos are a thing of the past thanks to the invention of the Smartphone. So which phones actually do the best job at capturing life’s precious moments?
Nokia 808 PureView
This model has plenty to offer when it comes to camera quality. The camera provides more detail, colour and depth to your images thanks to its 41MP sensor while satisfying your need for HD videos in unbelievably clear sound.
Sony Xperia T
his smartphone boasts a 13 megapixel camera and a resolution higher that most competing camera phones for 2013. You will be able to take photos from the locked screen position in a second due to the design of the fast capture button. The 16x digital zoom also helps you to catch the right image while the Sony Exmor R mobile image sensor captures photos brilliantly in low light environments.
Samsung Galaxy Note 2
fering an 8 megapixel camera with 1080p High Definition video record, this smartphone is sure competing on the camera front. The camera features a BSI sensor, an LED flash and autofocus to name but a few. Another cool feature is its ‘Best Group Pose’ snapping up a selection of photos to get the perfect group photo based on its face detection tools. It’s the type of editing that is rare to find on a smartphone, and is a vast improvement on the ‘Best Photo’ feature we have seen before from the Samsung Galaxy S3.
Apple iPhone 5
We already seen great things from Apple when it comes to their iPhone cameras but it is the iPhone 5 that has really stepped it up a gear this time. It is now possible to capture images 40% faster, and the video filming has been improved through its better video stabilisation. It is also now possible to take photos while recording video, and shoot scenic views using the panoramic mode. In addition FaceTime filming functions have also been improved. Video calls for example can now be shot in 720p High Definition.
The impressive camera on the HTC One is definitely one to watch. This smartphone’s sensor is smaller than previously seen on the HTC, and its larger pixels serve to let in more light and data. This results in a faster sensor that produces better looking pictures while on the go.
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