The days when only rear cameras were powerful in smartphones have ended. A quick search in the market can present you with multiple choices if you are looking for a smartphone that has a capable front-camera. But, it is not easy to go through the details one by one and pick the best among the bests. You will find here the finest smartphones that pack high-resolution front cameras to capture the selfies and moments with detail.
The front-facing camera in Galaxy M31 is housed within the U-shaped drop notch at the top of the screen. It has a resolution of 32 megapixels, and the aperture of the camera is f/2.0. While it is an excellent camera for clicking selfies, it can also shoot videos at 4K resolution without any hiccups. The support of slow-motion video on the front camera makes it all more interesting and fun. Samsung has also included the Live Focus feature in the front camera. The Live Focus allows you to adjust the intensity of the bokeh effect in real-time. Add to it the 32-megapixel sensor, features like these put the M30 in the top run for a smartphone with an excellent front camera.
The Vivo X50 Pro has a 32MP selfie camera on the front. The housing of the front camera is within the punch-hole cutout. The front camera of this phone sports an aperture of f/2.45 and captures a good amount of detail. Although it is limited to 1080p, the front camera also shoots video quite well. Overall, the Vivo X50 Pro gives a straightforward front camera setup along with the rear cameras.
A hole-punch cutout in the upper left corner houses the selfie camera of OPPO’s Reno4 Pro. It has a 32 MP sensor with an f/2.4 aperture. For still photos, the front camera on this phone includes features such as AI beautification, dedicated night mode, and intelligent fill light mode. You can shoot videos maximum up to 1080 pixels at 30fps. Additionally, you can play with video features like Ultra Steady (1080p@30fps) and slow-motion (1080p@120fps, 720p@240fps).
Realme uses a dual in-display front camera set up in X3 SuperZoom. It includes a primary 32 megapixel high-resolution Sony IMX 616 sensor, which has an f/2.5 aperture and the field of view of 80.4 degrees. The second front camera has an 8-megapixel sensor with an f/2.2 aperture. A field of view of 105-degree lets this camera be used for wide-angle photos. Both cameras have 5P lens elements. For still photography, the front camera has exciting modes such as Time-lapse, Panorama, Beauty, Front Shot Flip, Super Nightscape, and Portrait. Capped at 30fps, the front camera of this phone can record video up to 1080 pixels. The UIS (Ultra Image Stabilization) and UIS Max support in the camera helps the video footage to have incredible stability in real-time like an action camera.