THE BEST CAMERA MOBILE PHONES

THE BEST CAMERA MOBILE PHONES

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This Sarvaguide Top Camera Mobile phone is a great source for smartphones with top cameras. We’ll show you the top-rated cameras on smartphones that have been launched in India in the last year. Our comprehensive, detailed reviews rated These phones 8 or more for camera quality. The cameras in these phones are excellent, and you can count on this list to deliver on its promises. The phones on Sarvaguide’s Sarvaguide Best Mobile Cameras list are sorted according to the date they were launched, and the more you scroll, the more old phones you will are looking at.

The ratings on each phone’s Sarvaguide Best Camera Mobile Phones section reflect the general ratings for every phone, so you can get some idea about how they do in the real world and not just concerning cameras. You can view the cost and the main specs of each phone here. You can also click on the review link to read the full reviews. Lastly, clicking on the model of the phone opens its full specifications page. The phones listed here were released within the last one year.

Oppo’s Reno 10 Pro and 5G is the company’s first Reno brand smartphone that makes it into the premium category. It has a luxurious design that features an aluminium frame that is which is sandwiched between two 3D curved glass panels. Although priced high, it lacks top features like an IP rating and wireless charging.

Performance on its somewhat outdated processor is still very excellent and should suffice for the majority of premium smartphone users. Gaming performance using the curve of the OLED display’s high touch sample rate of 240Hz is also impressive.

The camera performance is quite good. Although the main camera works according to expectations, the ultra-wide doesn’t do as well in its class. The high-resolution camera for telephoto does well when it shoots with its 3X zoom natively. This is ideal for portraits and close-ups.

Battery life can last over one day when used heavily, and the 100W charger included is quite fast in powering up the mobile.

Rs.54,999

Oppo Reno 10 Pro+ 5G Specifications
Display6.70-inch, 1080×2412 pixels
ProcessorQualcomm Snapdragon 8+ Gen 1
RAM12GB
Storage256GB
Battery Capacity4700mAh
Rear Camera50MP + 8MP + 64MP
Front Camera32MP

Oppo’s Reno 10 Pro and 5G is the company’s first Reno brand smartphone that makes it into the premium category. It has a luxurious design that features an aluminium frame that is which is sandwiched between two 3D curved glass panels. Although priced high, it lacks top features like an IP rating and wireless charging.

Performance on its somewhat outdated processor is still very excellent and should suffice for the majority of premium smartphone users. Gaming performance using the curve of the OLED display’s high touch sample rate of 240Hz is also impressive.

The camera performance is quite good. Although the main camera works according to expectations, the ultra-wide doesn’t do as well in its class. The high-resolution camera for telephoto does well when it shoots with its 3X zoom natively. This is ideal for portraits and close-ups.

Battery life can last over one day when used heavily, and the 100W charger included is quite fast in powering up the mobile.

Rs.43,990

Google Pixel 7a Specifications
Display6.10-inch, 1080×2400 pixels
ProcessorGoogle Tensor G2
RAM8GB
Storage128GB
Battery Capacity4385mAh
Rear Camera64MP + 12MP
Front Camera10.8MP

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra has been dubbed the top-quality product of Samsung’s S23 range. Though distinctive and unique, the design hasn’t changed significantly, but Samsung has used environmentally friendly materials for its construction.

The display is the top you can find with any Android phone in India and comes with the same high refresh rate as last year’s model. However, the touch sampling rate was below our expectations for gaming.

The main feature unique to one of the highlights of the Galaxy S23 Ultra is its unique processor, which Samsung has adapted to its own specifications. The software’s operation is smooth and silky smooth, but there is a lot of bloatware from Samsung and third-party apps that can be removed.

Camera performance is much better than the previous year’s Ultra, and this is due to the improved sensor in the main camera. The zooming performance has also increased, as has video recording, which can now record full 8K video at 30 frames per second. The battery life is good, but charging is a bit slow.

Rs.1,34,999

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra Specifications
Display6.80-inch
ProcessorSnapdragon 8 Gen 2
RAM8GB
Storage256GB
Battery Capacity5000mAh
Rear Camera200MP + 12MP + 10MP
Front Camera12MP

 

The Redmi Note 12 Pro+5G was launched in India at a fairly expensive cost. This Redmi Note 11 Pro+ 5G successor is inside the Xiaomi 11i HyperCharge price range because of the upgraded features.

The phone is equipped with glass backs and a screen that is 120Hz AMOLED. The 6.67-inch display is flat and has an opening cutout for a hole. Its main feature is the principal camera, which has 200 megapixels. The triple camera setup includes an ultra-wide camera with 8 megapixels and a two-megapixel macro camera. For selfies, the front camera has a resolution of 16 megapixels.

Note 12 Pro+ 5G Note 12 Pro+ 5G runs on Android 12-based MIUI 13, which is an issue considering that rivals have been running Android 13. A MediaTek Dimensity1080 SoC powers the phone. It can have a capacity of up to 12GB RAM, and the phone comes with 256GB of storage.

Another HyperCharge feature the top Note has is 120W rapid charging support for the 5000mAh battery.

Rs.22,600

Redmi Note 12 Pro+ 5G Specifications
Display6.67-inch, 1080×2000 pixels
ProcessorMediaTek
RAM12GB
Storage256GB
Battery Capacity4980mAh
Rear Camera200MP + 8MP + 2MP
Front Camera16MP

Samsung’s Galaxy S23 is a compact flagship phone that is a premium made by Samsung. It has an appearance that is similar to its predecessor and is constructed of metal and glass. While design and style aren’t much different, the small design allows for single-handed use.

The phone comes with its 6.1-inch Super AMOLED LCD that has a flat display. The phone is powered by an adapted Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor, providing plenty of power to handle daily tasks and even gaming.

Camera performance is very good and is what you might expect of a high-end flagship. This is also true about the quality of video recordings on the phone. It can also record 30 frames per second of video in 8K.

The battery life is quite impressive for a small device, and the phone is able to provide all-day use with just one charge. But charging via wire is a bit slow for a smartphone of this quality.

Rs.74,998

Samsung Galaxy S23 Specifications
Display6.10-inch
ProcessorSnapdragon 8 Gen 2
RAM8GB
Storage256GB
Battery Capacity3,900mAh
Rear Camera50MP + 12MP + 10MP
Front Camera12MP

The Google Pixel 7 Pro gets the best treatment, with more curved edges, a sharper display, cameras, and a bigger battery. This Pixel 7 Pro looks premium compared to its matte finish Pixel 7, even though the two smartphones have the same hardware.

Inside is the Google Tensor G2 processor, which has 12GB RAM in India. The Pixel 7 Pro is a second ultra-wide-angle camera, which also functions as a macro camera due to its autofocus. Its Pixel 7 Pro also packs telephoto capabilities, offering 5X optical and an electronic zoom of 30X.

The performance of the software is exceptional, And Pixel 7 Pro comes with no bloatware and delivers a smooth Pixel Android experience. The camera’s performance is excellent, as is the macro mode, the first in the Google Pixel lineup.

Battery performance isn’t the most efficient since it lasts only one day on a charge. Charge speeds are also slow when compared to other models.

Rs.84,999

Google Pixel 7 Pro Specifications
Display6.70-inch, 1440×3120 pixels
ProcessorGoogle Tensor G2
RAM12GB
Storage128GB
Rear Camera50MP + 48MP + 12MP
Front Camera10.8MP

Pixel 7 is Google’s latest flagship device. Pixel 7 is Google’s latest flagship Pixel with a strange name since it’s nearly as good as Pixel 7 Pro, which is more costly. Pixel 7 Pro, be it its design, performance, or image quality. It’s the Pixel 7 has the same basic specifications as Pixel 7 Pro. Pixel 7 Pro features the brand new Tensor G2 processor and identical primary and selfie cameras.

Google has made minor tweaks to the phone’s design compared to its predecessor. However, the Pixel 7 gets a slightly different camera module and frame with a matte finish instead of the polished look of the Pixel 7 Pro.

The performance of the software is outstanding, and it is the same regarding its camera’s performance. It isn’t as sharp as the latest macro capabilities in the ultra-wide camera and the 5X zoom camera of Pixel 7 Pro. Pixel 7 Pro.

The battery life is pretty excellent, with the phone lasting a full day for casual use, including some gaming and camera use. However, charging via wire is a bit slow.

Rs.49,999

Google Pixel 7 Specifications
Display6.30-inch, 1080×2400 pixels
ProcessorGoogle Tensor G2
RAM8GB
Storage128GB
Rear Camera50MP + 12MP
Front Camera10.8MP

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