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Seven Of The Best Smartphones For Photography (Q3 2017)

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Smartphones has come a long way over the last few years. Nowadays, smartphone cameras are getting better with some producing photos that's stunning enough to rival old-fashioned point and shoot digital cameras.
Seven of the best smartphones for photography of Q3 2017
Seven of the best smartphones for photography of Q3 2017 (In no particular order)

You heard that right. These 7 smartphones has photography as one of their main features. Their cameras pack a mean punch in terms of specs and photo quality. If you are looking to start practicing your photography skills even without a dedicated camera then read on.

Here are the Seven Best Smartphones for Photography:

Sony Xperia XZ Premium
Sony Xperia XZ Premium


7. Sony Xperia XZ Premium - Sony has always been proud of their camera technology. That is why it is no surprise that the Xperia XZ Premium is equipped with a 19 MP f/2.0 Exmor RS sensor. This specialized sensor has a Hybrid AF that helps achieve better and faster focus and the SteadyShot technology that help those who has shaky hands (Guilty as charged!). It also has the Motion Eye system that can record super slow motion videos at 960 frames per second. 
IPhone 7 Plus
iPhone 7 Plus


6. Apple iPhone 7 Plus - If there is something that Apple has been consistent with, it will be their camera. The IPhone 7 Plus has a dual camera setup with one 12 MP f/1.8 w/ OIS and a 13 MP "telephoto lens" with wide angle and an impressive 2x zoom capability. It also has a simple interface that will allow you to just point and shoot immediately. It can also take slow motion videos if you ever had the urge to slow things down.
LG G6
LG G6

5. LG G6 - The LG G6 has been an underrated flagship phone. Camera-wise it can compete with the best of them. With a dual camera setup sporting a 13 MP f/1.8 w/ OIS + a 13 MP f/2.4 w/ PDAF, you can be assured that your photos will come out great consistently. It has a lot of shooting modes too including HDR, 360 panorama, food and many more. In addition to that, it has an extensive manual mode that can further improve the control over your shots.
OnePlus 5
OnePlus 5

4. OnePlus 5 - Touting it as the flagship killer, the OnePlus 5 is really not joking around. The premium feel plus great specs is topped off with a beastly 16 MP f/1.7 Sony IMX398 + 20 MP f/2.6 Sony IMX350 dual camera combo w/ PDAF and EIS. It also has dual LED flash that can help you brighten up your shots in lowlight situations.
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus
Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus

3. Samsung Galaxy S8 / Galaxy S8+ - Samsung's current top tier phones are coming in hot with it's 12 MP f/1.7 w/ Dual Pixel, OIS and a multiframe processor. However, it is a single camera setup? How can it stand against dual camera setups here? Well, the combination of the Dual Pixel technology and multiframe processor allow it to produce the best possible photo every time.
Huawei P10 Plus
Huawei P10 Plus
2. Huawei P10 Plus - When you partner up with a camera industry giant like Leica then you can have one of the best camera setups in a smartphone. The P10 Plus reigned supreme in smartphone photography field with it's Leica Dual Camera 2.0 Pro edition sensors. These are 20 MP f/1.8 monochrome sensors and 12 MP f/1.8 RGB sensors w/ 4-in-1 Hybrid AF, OIS, 2x zoom and dual LED flash. It also has the most robust set of features for photography on a phone like he portrait, monochrome, bokeh, light painting, and night mode. This has been the one of the phones to beat in the photography department.
HTC U11
HTC U11

1. HTC U11 - The HTC U11 is currently ramming on the doors to claim the throne of the best photography smartphone to date. With the highest DxOMark camera score yet of 90, the U11 certainly is impressive. What's more interesting is it achieved it with a single camera setup to boot! It has a 12 MP f/1.7 w/ Dual Pixel technology, OIS and dual tone flash that produces some of the best looking photos from a smartphone. This is a phone to look out for if you love photography.



These are, by far, the best photography smartphone lineup in the market today. Any of these will satisfy any photography enthusiasts out there. 

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