Vivo V5S VS Moto G5: Which Budget Smartphone Can Impress You With Its Camera?
With today's competitive smartphones and cutting-edge handset technology, Vivo V5S and Moto G5 show that phones with low price points can also do extraordinarily well. Both budget-friendly smartphones may not be yet on the top of the handset pyramid, but each has qualities that could satisfy any user. Take for example their camera performance, which is surprisingly very good given their affordable status.
Since the best phone is the one that you like to keep with you all the time, a phone with great camera capabilities matter a lot. Taking selfies or group photos have become a daily part of our existence, as well as a big part of harnessing creativity. Let's examine which of these two competing handsets can render the best camera experience.
First up is Vivo V5S which rises up as the best among phones with camera and music playing capabilities. According to Financial Express, the Chinese-based handset firm has now debuted its V5s device with 20 MP front camera in elegant Matte Black finish. It's an attractive device with an elegant design, and amazing speed and processing power through a 64-bit MediaTek MT6750 1.5 GHz octa-core processor.
The handset has a 5.5-inch display with 1280 x 720-pixel resolution, capable of displaying quite detailed and smooth images. On the other hand, according to the Pocket-Lint, Lenovo's Moto G5 also has a rather impressive camera given its price. Interestingly, the handset's sensor is the same as used in many top-tier Samsung Galaxy phones, but it's not of Samsung-grade quality given the way the Moto processes shots.
Additionally, Moto G5 does not have the most fluid camera compared, and it has glitches. The close-up focus rarely works and opts for the higher-contrast background instead which is irritating. So in this camera match, Vivo's handset seems to be the better budget-friendly choice.
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