Comparisons Of Best Android Cameras: Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge vs LG G5 vs HTC 10 vs Oppo
Smartphones that are considered as flagships should all make up for the expected standards just like having the possible best camera there is.
As the smartphone industry is having a more competitive theme to it, the quality and performance of the camera are usually the common features that say whether it is a good phone or an unworthy phone.
Each of these companies is competing with regards to its cameras, as it finds ways to outmatch the competitor in one way or the other. However, each phone uses a different kind of overall design.
The Galaxy S7 Edge has a curved glass, while the G5 features a modular design for its metallic surface, and the HTC 10 continues to live up with its metal ones. LG continues to push through with its very own G5 when it comes to counteracting the improvements done by its competitors. It continues with its 16-megapixel image sensor that is found in its rear portion, together with the optical image stabilization technology that it has. Its f/1.8 aperture and spectrum sensor near the LED flash also makes it a worthy buy for one.
HTC brought back its glory with the M10, after the fumble of the M9 in the previous year. It has an UltraPixel 2 image sensor that is found in the rear and having 12 megapixels and a f/1.8 aperture.
Despite the seeming heavy competition between the phones, Samsung's Galaxy S7 and S7 Edge win the battle.
Oppo is not giving up the fight as it also has its own F1 that focuses on selfies. Its front camera that is made for selfies boasts a whopping 16MP. However, it differs from the Zenfone Selfie as it does not have a flash module in the front. It will be out in the market by August 11.
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