Best Camera Phones Of 2018 : Smartphones For Photography Enthusiasts

    The Huawei P20 Pro offers 5x hybrid zoom and six-axis stabilization. It is capable of recording super slo-mo videos at 960fps. Huawei has tightly integrated AI with its phone’s camera. The P20 Pro rear camera comes with Artificial Intelligence Stabilization (AIS) that works on scene recognition and helps you take better pictures in low-light conditions. The front camera is 24-megapixel with an f/2.0 aperture.

    2- Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

    The S9 Plus is Samsung’s first Galaxy S handset to feature a dual camera system. It has a 12MP Dual-Pixel wide-angle lens with variable apertures of f/1.5 and f/2.4, 2x optical zoom, and OIS. The secondary camera is a 12MP telephoto lens with a fixed aperture of f/2.4. The wide-angle lens can automatically switch between the two apertures depending on the lighting conditions – f/2.4 aperture in bright light and f/1.5 in low-light – to take the best possible photos.

    DxOMark has praised the Galaxy S9 Plus for its exceptional low-light photography, noise reduction, vivid colors, and fast autofocus. The S9 Plus is also capable of shooting super slo-mo videos at 960fps and 720p resolution. The phone gets a worthy 8MP shooter on the front with an f/1.7 aperture. The rear dual camera also has a Motion Detection feature that can detect motion in a frame and slow it down. The Galaxy S9 Plus offers an all-round camera performance, making it one of the best camera phones of 2018.

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