Smartphone cameras took a big leap in terms of camera quality. OEMs started shipping smartphones with a large 48 megapixel sensor. Measuring half an inch in size, it’s one of the largest image sensors made for smartphones. The large size allows for more pixels to fit in and using a process called pixel-binning, the images come out sharp and vivid no matter what time of the day you’re shooting. Here are the best 48MP camera smartphones you can buy -
The OnePlus 7T Pro relies on a 48MP triple-camera setup on the back for shooting photos. The primary 48MP sensor is one of the best in the market. It’s well optimised to take sharp photos with excellent dynamic range and details. At night, it switches to the dedicated night mode to take sharp low light images. Then there’s also a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens, adding even more versatility.
The OnePlus 7T rocks a 48MP triple camera setup housed in a circular module at the back. The primary 48MP camera is manufactured by Sony and combines OnePlus’ advanced imaging algorithms to deliver sharp, highly-detailed photos. You can even zoom in to see far away details. Then there’s a wide-angle and a telephoto lens offering a lot of shooting options for the camera enthusiast.
The Redmi K20 Pro uses a Sony IMX586 48MP camera as the primary sensor on the back. The camera takes binned 12MP photos by default which is combined with Xiaomi’s own imaging algorithms to deliver vivid, sharp photos in the day. At night, the K20 Pro switches to a low light mode that combines multiple images to reduce noise and improve details and brightness. The phone also comes with a wide-angle lens and a telephoto lens offering multiple ways to capture a frame.
The Vivo V17 Pro uses a 48MP camera sensor made by Samsung. It’s one of the few smartphones that lets you shoot 48MP RAW images which you can develop using your own preferences. In case you need something much simpler, the camera takes 12MP photos by default with Vivo’s own AI algorithms improving the image further. There’s also a capable low-light mode that takes sharp and detailed photos in the night.
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