Just how much difference does the P10 Plus’s f/1.8 lens make?
In addition to a bigger, higher-res screen and the ability to max out your RAM and storage, the jump from the Huawei P10 to P10 Plus gets you Huawei’s most advanced Leica camera to date. The trusty f/2.2 Summarit-branded lens, used in the past a generation of Huawei flagships, makes way for a brighter f/1.8 Summilux aperture.
On paper that should allow for a modest improvement [Read More…]
Cheaper smartphones that don’t suck mean better cameras, and better photos.
While the rest of the team has been playing with phones that border (or safely fall into) the designation of ‘expensive,’ I’ve been erring on the side of budget, switching between four devices that are, to me, just as interesting, as much for what they lack as what they offer.
One of those phones is the ZTE Blade V8 Pro, a phone that barely got any [Read More…]
A lot of smartphones launching today make a debut into the wild with a main dual camera setup (see the LG G6). But now the time has come for device manufacturers to take it to the next level and offer handsets with dual selfie cameras onboard. It’s the case of OPPO which announced this week […]
More camera details surface prior to the launch.
The soon-to-launch Galaxy S8 will offer ridiculously high frame rate 1000 fps slow motion video capture, according to new reports. That’s over four times the frame rate of the Galaxy S7’s 240 fps video, and even a hair more than Sony’s upcoming Xperia XZ Premium with 960 fps.
Extra frames per second mean that you can slow down video even more, with just a few seconds of actual [Read More…]
Let’s make this clear right away: the LG G6 is a great phone. It feels very comfortable in your hands, and the camera is amazing. Not to say that it doesn’t have it’s shortcomings, but for LG, this is a great leap forward over the previous iteration.
I’m Michael Fisher, better known as MrMobile, and if you’re looking to buy an Android phone that’s not made by Samsung, start here. Even with losing the removable battery and using last [Read More…]
Finally, a plug and play 360-degree camera.
As much as I love taking photos with my trusty Ricoh Theta, it’s not the easiest thing in the world to use. I have to remember to keep it charged, the Bluetooth connection with my phone can occasionally be a little finicky, and while it’s thin enough to be pocketable it’s also long and needs a protective sleeve to keep the lenses safe. Most other 360-degree cameras are worse, especially [Read More…]
If you want an Android slate with a camera that’s not a total afterthought, your only real option is Samsung’s Tab S line.
The Android tablet space is kinda weird right now, ahead of major changes expected later in the year in the world of Google laptops, tablets, and convertibles. If you need an Android tablet right this second, the best options are Google’s Pixel C and Samsung’s Galaxy Tab S2 series, soon to be superseded by [Read More…]
The Huawei P10 has a lot to love, especially with a Leica-powered dual camera array and a manageable one hand-friendly size. The setup may be close to last year’s P9, but it’s taken the Mate 9’s excellent 20MP monochrome sensor to give it a big boost in the detail department, coming close to the Google Pixel’s photo quality in DxOMark’s tests.
What exactly does that mean?
In the breakdown of the P10’s setup, DxO [Read More…]
How does the LG G6’s camera compare against its sibling, the V20? That’s what we’re going to find out.
The dual camera setup featured on the LG G6 isn’t new. This particular configuration was first introduced in LG’s V10, which was released under the guise of being the content creator’s ultimate camera smartphone. It’s a great phone, though not necessarily aimed at the mainstream, with camera modes to appease the casual photography all the way to the [Read More…]
The LG G6 is here to challenge the champ in Android smartphone cameras.
With its dual camera setup and big photography claims, the LG G6 is looking like a very good choice for mobile photographers. It of course doesn’t live in a vacuum, though, and there are fantastic cameras out there, like the Google Pixel XL. After comparing their sizes and specs, the next thing to do with these two phones is to see how their cameras [Read More…]