Best Camera Phones in India for October 2017

Updated 17 - Oct - 2017

Smartphones these days are equipped with great cameras but which is the best camera phone to buy? We take a look at the best camera phones you can buy in India for February 2017. These phones are the best camera smartphones, which offer the best in image quality in the market. So, without further ado, here are top 10 camera phones in India. Click on each of the recommended top 10 camera smartphone to read detailed reviews and get more information on the best camera smartphones in India.




Google Pixel XL
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Google Pixel XL

The Google’s Pixel XL is the best camera phone you can have today. It’s also the most dependable smartphone camera out there, edging out the iPhone by a small margin. The Pixel and Pixel XL are meant for Android phone lovers who want the best possible camera. It’s the phone to buy when camera is your top priority.

Google Pixel XL - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
4 GB | 32 & 128 GB
Display :
5.5 (2560 x 1440)
Processor :
2.15 GHz,Quad
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
12 MP
Front camera :
8 MP
Battery :
3450 mAH
Soc :
Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
Available at :
Apple iPhone 7 Plus
2

Apple iPhone 7 Plus

The iPhone finally loses its hallowed crown. The iPhone 7 Plus’ dual-camera is great, but it misses out against the Pixel. It’s still the second best camera phone you can get today, which means it’s worth buying for sure. When you combine that with the fact that the iPhone 7 Plus is the fastest smartphone in the market today, it’s definitely worth buying.

Apple iPhone 7 Plus - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
3 GB | 32 & 128 & 256 GB
Display :
5.5 (1080 x 1920)
Processor :
2.34 GHz,Quad
Operating system :
iOS
Primary camera :
12 & 12 MP
Front camera :
7 MP
Battery :
2900 mAH
Soc :
A10
Available at :
Samsung Galaxy S8
3

Samsung Galaxy S8

The Galaxy S8 carries the same camera as Samsung’s flagship last year. But that just means it’s still amongst the best camera phone. Samsung has made some algorithmic changes, making the camera slightly faster, while its low light prowess remains pretty much the same. The dual-pixel sensor focuses fast and the camera is more dependable this time.

Samsung Galaxy S8 - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
4 GB | 64 GB
Display :
5.8 (1440 x 2960)
Processor :
2.3 GHz,Octa
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
12 MP
Front camera :
8 MP
Battery :
3000 mAH
Soc :
Exynos 8895
Available at :
OnePlus 5
4

OnePlus 5

The OnePlus 5’s dual-camera isn’t as good as OnePlus claims it to be, but it’s still better than most smartphone cameras out there. In fact, we even found it edging out the iPhone 7 Plus in low light imaging sometimes. It’s a great camera to have in your pocket, and the fastest Android phone you can buy today.

OnePlus 5 - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
6 & 8 GB | 64 & 128 GB
Display :
5.5 (1080 x 2080)
Processor :
2.45 GHz,Octa
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
20 & 16 MP
Front camera :
16 MP
Battery :
3300 mAH
Soc :
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Available at :
HTC U11
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HTC U11

The HTC U11 is largely understated when it comes to camera lists. However, the phone has one of the best cameras out there. It can go toe to toe against any of the phones you’ve read about so far. The 12MP camera seems quite regular, but it’s especially good for low light shooting.

HTC U11 - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
4 GB & 6 GB | 64 GB & 128 GB
Display :
5.5 (1440 x 2560)
Processor :
2.4 GHz,Octa
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
12 MP
Front camera :
16 MP
Battery :
3000 mAH
Soc :
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Honor 8 Pro
6

Honor 8 Pro

Huawei was amongst the first to bring dual-cameras to smartphones, and the company has continued the practice. The Honor 8 Pro doesn’t sport the P10’s Leica partnership, but it has a good dual-camera setup nevertheless. Huawei follows the RGB+monochrome setup to produce detailed photos with accurate colours.

Honor 8 Pro - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
6 GB | 64 GB
Display :
5.7 (1440 x 2560)
Processor :
2.4 GHz,Octa
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
12 & 12 MP
Front camera :
8 MP
Battery :
4000 mAH
Soc :
Kirin 960
Available at :
Sony Xperia XZ Premium
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Sony Xperia XZ Premium

Sony has certainly improved the camera this time, but it’s still behind the flagship smartphone it competes with. This is the only phone that can record slow motion video at 960fps, and there’s also a 4K display to boot. Of course, the videos won’t be shot at 4K, but it’s still a gimmick some may like. The Xperia XZ Premium will appeal to Sony fans, and a niche audience that wants to record 960fps slo-mo videos.

Sony Xperia XZ Premium - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
4 GB | 64 GB
Display :
5.5 (2160 x 3840)
Processor :
1.9 GHz,Octa
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
19 MP
Front camera :
13 MP
Battery :
3230 mAH
Soc :
Qualcomm Snapdragon 835
Available at :
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge
8

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge

The Galaxy S7 Edge houses a 12MP Sony IMX260 sensor, with an f/1.7 lens. The phones have uber-fast autofocus, and essentially house all the features that you would require from a flagship-class device. Alongside, the overall performance of the phone is fast and fluid. The new Samsung Exynos 8890 SoC, along with 4GB of RAM, churns out stellar performance. Samsung has also implemented fast charging on the phone, which charges the phone from 0 to almost full within an hour. The glass-and-metal build may not be well-suited for clumsy hands, but this has been one of Samsung’s best designs on smartphones ever. Also, Samsung has made the Galaxy S7 Edge water- and dust-resistant, so you can enjoy using the phone in rain or on a beach.

Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
4 GB | 32 GB
Display :
5.5 (1440 x 2560)
Processor :
2.3 GHz,Octa
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
12 MP
Front camera :
5 MP
Battery :
3600 mAH
Soc :
Exynos 8890
LG G6
9

LG G6

LG dropped the modular design from last year, but it employs the same camera still. This time, the company has used the same sensor on its wide angle and primary lenses, which helps you seamlessly zoom in between the two. Colours and low light performance remain pretty much the same though, meaning you’ll still get a really good and flagship class camera.

LG G6 - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
4 GB | 32 & 64 & 128 GB
Display :
5.7 (1440 x 2880)
Processor :
2.35 GHz,Quad
Operating system :
Android
Primary camera :
13 & 13 MP
Front camera :
5 MP
Battery :
3300 mAH
Soc :
Qualcomm Snapdragon 821
Available at :
Apple iPhone 7
10

Apple iPhone 7

According to us, Apple’s iPhone 7 has a slightly inferior camera to the S7 Edge in terms of fine detail and image noise. That said, it still takes really good photographs. The phone uses a similar 12MP camera as the iPhone 7 Plus, but somehow the image quality is recognizably different. Camera aside, the phone is extremely fast. So much so, that you would feel, that all Android phones are tad bit slower, Pixel included.

Apple iPhone 7 - Specifications
Ram & Storage :
2 GB | 32 & 128 & 256 GB
Display :
4.7 (750 x 1334)
Processor :
2.34 GHz,Quad
Operating system :
iOS
Primary camera :
12 MP
Front camera :
7 MP
Battery :
1960 mAH
Soc :
A10
Available at :

Here's is the summary list of Best Camera Phone In India October 2017, Top 10 Camera Phones

Product NamePrice starting fromAvailable atRating
Google Pixel XL44000flipkart77/100
Apple iPhone 7 Plus56999amazon80/100
Samsung Galaxy S857900flipkart83/100
OnePlus 532999amazon83/100
HTC U1151990N/A78/100
Honor 8 Pro29999amazon78/100
Sony Xperia XZ Premium59990N/A72/100
Samsung Galaxy S7 Edge42900amazon87/100
LG G633800amazon76/100
Apple iPhone 746999flipkart80/100