The Four best Smart phones For Smartphone Photography In 2018

Purchasing a regualar camera is quite expensive, and so people opt into smartphone photoography, but one baffling issue that has been in the mind of potential smartphone  photographers, is the exact smart phone to use for it. Are you one of them? Then folllow through as we discuss each device step by step

Huawei P20 pro


Rear: 40+20+8(mp)
Front: 24mp.
Rear camera aperture: f/1.8, f/1.6, f/2.4
Ois; Yes
Auto focus type: Phase detector, and laser
No doubt, this is the winner here, this device tops the four best for smartphone photography, the user inteferance in the camera app is something to think about, and knowing fully well, that those numbers(40+20+8mp) are huge numbers but this device knows how to use them correctly and efficiently.

The front Camera is suberb and for the rear, the 40+20mp is actually nothing to squezze at but the 3rd camera the 8mp brought the phone to life, thereby powering optical zoom to the maximum. The photos are always crips, even when zoomed in, it doesn’t loose details and still remains sharp.
The sleek body design, and the huge battery life…… Its not only the best phone for photography in 2018 but the best phone in 2018.

 Samsung Galaxy S9


Rear camera: 12MP + 12MP
Front camera: 8MP
OIS: Yes
Rear camera aperture: f/1.5-2.4, f/2.4
Autofocus type: Phase detection
Samsung may have decided to stay at middle class this year but we all know its a great brand and it still has a lot to offer, The device has always pulled out something fantastic as it debuts its pingy devices

It allows you to take sharp outdoor photos and it also blends in other enviroment. Impressive enough the f1/5 is one of the greatest features of the camera especially for night photography. It is able to capture alot of details from even a small amount of light
The bokeh is super cool, the batteryis nice and the camera app is kinda easy to use.
Iphone X


Rear camera: Dual 12MP
Front camera: 7MP
OIS: Yes
Rear camera aperture: f/1.8 and f/2.4
Autofocus type: Phase detection
Apple’s future-proofed titan of an iPhone was released all the way back in October 2017, which is an eternity ago when you enter the realm of mobile hardware. The iPhone X is pretty much Apple’s answer to the constant arms race of the industry, a phone that was designed to bring down whatever the competition could throw at the brand.
Shrugging off anything from the past, present and future,

The iPhone X is still a powerhouse that builds on the usual foundation of Apple photography. Images lean towards a more saturated effect that emphasises colour, the low light sensors aren’t too shabby at all when compared to Samsung and the dual 12MP sensors pack some of the most stable hardware around into a device that can take sharp photos when held by the shakiest of hands.

The Nokia 7 plus


Rear: 12Mp+13mp
Front : 16 mp camera
It doesnt deserve to be the last here because its way more that what people think it is, and believe it or not Nokia made the right decisio pathnering with ZEISS
The rear camera is packed with 12+13mp and the front camera is 16mp. hMMM!!!! The device’s performance is way more that what thye numbers may seem to be.
The rear camera has the ability to autofocus and trust me its all perfect The front camra bokeh mode is also Desirable here

This device is my 2nd personal best
But tell me? do you think we should have added something else to this list? Spill it in the comment section below!!!

Written by AmenaCliff

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