Today’s smartphones are quickly beginning to replace the trusty but bulky DSLRs for amateur photographers and the average users. With most smartphones sporting dual and triple cameras that are rather powerful, there is no need to carry around a professional camera for HD quality photos and videos. There will always be situations that require a professional camera but these smartphones can give you good results in the daytime, while also fitting in your pocket.
The Redmi Note 9 Pro Max is a smartphone that has a quad-camera setup (primary 64MP) that enables you to click pictures in various modes like super macro, macro, portrait, night mode, 960fps slow-mo videos and more. Such camera features should make the smartphone ideal for all mobile photography enthusiasts out there. Furthermore, the smartphone sports a big 6.67-inch FHD+ display, which should deliver a good visual output for you to enjoy. It also provides a good battery performance, thanks to its 5020mAh battery that supports 33W fast-charging. Such an efficient battery should enable you to use the smartphone throughout the day on a single charge under optimal use, as per company claims.
The Samsung Galaxy M31s is an affordable smartphone with a quad-camera setup (64+12+5+5MP) at the back, which should enable you to click good quality pictures in multiple modes. One of the highlights of this smartphone is its 64MP primary camera that has an aperture value of f/1.8, through which you should be able to click pictures with optimum lighting. Furthermore, the smartphone has a 32MP front camera, through which you should be able to click Instagram-worthy selfies. Another key feature of this smartphone is the long battery life it has. Thanks to its large 6000mAh battery, you should be able to use the device for more than a day on a single charge, as per company claims. This should make it ideal for people who travel frequently.
The Realme X3 is a mid-range smartphone that comes with a 64MP primary shooter at the back. It has three additional cameras (12+8+2MP) supporting the primary camera, which should enhance your user-experience while clicking pictures. It uses a unique multi-frame synthesis engine that enables you to indulge in night photography. As per company claims, you can even perform astrophotography with this smartphone, which is a huge plus for adventure travellers who spend their nights under a starry sky. The smartphone sports a 6.57-inch FHD+ display that supports refresh rates up to 120Hz, which should deliver a smooth and snappy visual performance. It has a robust Snapdragon 855+ processor, which is a rarity in a smartphone in this price range.
The Oppo Reno 3 boasts of a quad-camera setup on its rear. The special bit is enjoying how the company gets these lenses to work together especially while you zoom in on subjects. With a digital zoom goes up to 20X, if you choose the right lighting conditions and subject, the results can be quite impressive and can easily go head-to-head with shots taken more from high-end smartphones. When fully charged, the Reno 3 can last up to 32 hours making this a good companion on long commutes. The AMOLED screen display does help when you decide to watch those 4K videos you shot back on the phone. Depending on your needs, you could choose between the 128 or the 256 GB variants.