A quick look at the best smartphone cameras in 2018
We’ve all got a smartphone camera bag filled with our favorite apps and lenses, and even a few cameras that we’ve just never used.
Now, it’s time to share that with you.
We’ve rounded up the best camera phones for 2018.1.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ This Samsung Galaxy Note 5 smartphone is an exceptional camera device.
Its large sensor and a wide aperture give it a clear shot of the moment in every single shot, and the 4K video and HDR capabilities give it an edge over rivals like the Huawei Mate 10 Pro.
The phone comes with a large 18MP sensor, an f/1.8 aperture, and a 2.1 micron pixel size, making it the thinnest smartphone camera ever made.
And with Samsung’s Super AMOLED technology, it captures images that are both bright and vibrant, even in low light.
Plus, the Galaxy S7 Edge+ is one of the best Android smartphones available today.2.
LG G5+ LG’s G5 is one camera that’s hard to beat.
It’s the first smartphone to have the most powerful camera ever created, and it does it at a price that’s just right.
LG’s flagship G5 uses an 11MP sensor with a 1.4μm pixel size for a pixel density of 1.22 µm per pixel, making the sensor a huge improvement over the previous model.
LG also upgraded its camera system with more advanced sensors, including a f/2.4 aperture for better color accuracy, and phase detection autofocus.
Its 8MP primary sensor is a dual-tone image sensor with an f-number of f/4.5.
Its front-facing camera, meanwhile, sports a 20MP sensor and f/3.5 aperture for a f-ratio of 1:4.3.
LG has also beefed up its image stabilization system with a new image stabilization algorithm, which can automatically stop motion, freeze shots, and flip the image to focus on the subject.
Its HDR technology is one-stop HDR for a total of nine colors, and its f/5.6 aperture gives it a super-bright, vivid image that makes the G5 one of Samsung’s best smartphone camera phones ever.3: Apple iPhone 6 Plus Apple’s latest iPhone 6 is arguably one of Apple’s best phones.
Its 5.7-inch display and 8MP front camera are among the best in the industry, and with the iPhone 6s Plus, it is a smartphone that’s ready for any day.
Its camera has been upgraded with an 18MP shooter, and thanks to a new Image Capture Processor (ICS), it captures the best images ever seen on a smartphone.
The S6+ also has an f1.7 aperture for excellent color accuracy.
The iPhone 6+ has a 4K sensor with 1.5μm pixels, giving it a great-looking video and a fast AF system.
Apple also added a new Live Color mode that lets you choose between 12 different modes.4: Samsung Galaxy A9 Plus This Samsung flagship phone is one that will be around for a while, thanks to its solid build and excellent camera.
Its new 8MP sensor is among the strongest in the business, and you can even shoot HDR videos.
Its 6MP primary camera is also the biggest in the world.
But the phone also has a 1µm pixel pixel size that gives it some pretty big bokeh, so you’ll need to turn it down to the low end if you’re looking for more of a bokehu effect.
Plus with a super fast AF sensor, this phone is capable of taking great photos, and is one hell of a camera for $399.5: HTC One M8 HTC’s flagship smartphone is still a little old, but it’s still a fantastic device.
The One M9 has an amazing 6MP sensor for a relatively small price, and there’s also a superfast dual-camera system that lets the camera shoot 4K videos and HDR videos at a super high speed.
Its selfie camera is a huge hit too, capturing the best shots of any smartphone.
It also has fast and fluid action-capture, allowing you to capture video at speeds of up to 70 fps.
If you’re planning on owning a smartphone this year, the One M7 is one to get.6: Huawei Mate10 Pro The Huawei Mate 9 is one the most interesting phones of 2018.
It offers a great camera system and is a great choice for the budget minded smartphone buyer.
The Mate 9 has a great selfie camera and the 5.1-inch screen makes it a lot easier to use than its predecessors.
Huawei also upgraded the camera system, with a faster f/6.2 aperture for more accurate shots, better color quality, and better HDR performance.
The camera sensor on the Mate 9s is a very large 2.9μm with a f1 and f2.8 focal lengths, so it