HP with the Best Camera of All Time – Almost everyone will consider the quality of the camera when buying a new smartphone, be it a rear camera or a front camera. Well, on this occasion we will review some cellphones with the best cameras in the world. This list was taken based on an assessment, which regularly reviews the quality of the latest smartphone cameras. Come on, take a peek at the list below.
1. Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra
The Xiaomi Mi 11 Ultra features a 50 MP Samsung ISOCELL wide sensor as the main camera, featuring a sensor size of 1/1.12″ with an aperture of f/2.0 and a focal length of 24mm. The camera also offers several features such as Dual Pixel PDAF, Laser AF, and also Optical Image Stabilization.
Well, then next talk about the second lens. Namely, a 48 MP periscope telephoto sensor capable of 5 times optical zoom. And of course, this sensor is also equipped with an OIS feature to keep it stable even when zoomed in. On the camera module, you can see the words “Zoom 120x” which really indicates that this phone has the ability to zoom that far.
Finally, the third lens is a 48 MP ultra-wide sensor, which has a 128-degree field of view. Meanwhile, for those of you who want to record video, the phone supports 8K resolution at a frame rate of 24 FPS.
2. Huawei Mate 40 Pro+
Huawei Mate 40 Pro+ is not much different from the Mate 40 Pro which was officially released in Indonesia. One thing that sets it apart is the presence of five lenses on the rear camera (the Mate 40 Pro only has three).
The difference in the amount turned out to be very influential on the quality of the shots. The proof, the DxOMark site gives a score of 139 for the camera performance of the Mate 40 Pro +. This value is three points better than the Mate 40 Pro which has a report card of 136, as well as the best of all mobile phones on earth.
According to DxOMark, what makes the Mate 40 Pro+ superior to its sibling lies in optical stabilization (OIS). OIS makes the main camera capture capture more detail and minimize noise. The effect of the presence of OIS is more pronounced when shooting at night.
3. Huawei Mate 40 Pro
This cellphone is equipped with a triple rear camera setup, one of which is a telephoto periscope lens with 5x optical zoom. So far, the Huawei Mate 40 Pro’s rear camera capabilities are the greatest on DxOMark’s test list. His score was 136, three points higher than the Mi 10 Ultra.
Some of the advantages of the Huawei Mate 40 Pro rear camera as mentioned by DxOMark are accurate autofocus, both for photos and videos, good detail in most tele-zoom settings, a fairly wide dynamic range in night shots and excellent video stabilization.
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4. Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra
One of the most sophisticated cellphones from Xiaomi, it won a camera score of 133 on the DxOMark site as a whole. This Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra has extraordinary camera capabilities in the field of remote shooting, this is due to the presence of two telephoto lenses that can reach up to 120 times zoom. Yes, this is the largest zoom figure in the industry at the launch of this phone, and the DxOMark site itself admits that the ultra-wide lens also has the widest range ever.
Talking about zooming, even the photo quality when zoomed 120 times still presents the best quality (there is just a little added noise and slightly reduced detail). This is certainly different from most other flagship phones, where the photo quality at the farthest zoom is still not feasible.
When shooting in low light, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra really offers good exposure to all objects, even OPPO Find X2 Pro and Huawei P40 Pro still provide a slightly darker exposure than this device.
Even in the video capture section, the Xiaomi Mi 10 Ultra is able to capture more detailed textures than its tough competitors, and has an OIS feature that is very powerful in reducing shocks. It’s natural, a cellphone that provides zooming up to hundreds of times is guaranteed to be equipped with a capable OIS as well.
5. Huawei P40 Pro
With a great rear camera setup, the Huawei P40 Pro is capable of producing high-quality shots. Some of the advantages of the P40 Pro camera capture according to DxOMark include having a very wide dynamic range, autofocus that works quickly and accurately in all conditions, and good detail in bokeh shots.
The video produced by the P40 Pro’s main camera is also considered to have very effective image stabilization, fast and accurate autofocus, wide dynamic range, good bright colors in all conditions and has a good texture / noise balance in indoor and outdoor clips.…