Photography has come a long way. Back then, when cameras were first invented, only a handful of people had been able to own, much less even see one.
Nowadays though, photography is a part of our everyday life. These past few years, cameras have been made more and more accessible with the advent of smart phones. Cameras are getting smaller, but resolution from these small beasts is getting better.
With so many smartphones out there, it would be hard to find out which phone would be the best one for photography.
The GOHHA team has you covered. Today, we’re talking about the two best smartphones of 2018 that you can use for photography. Let’s gets started.
Samsung’s Galaxy S9 Plus
State of the art. Top of the line. This is one of the best camera phones out there today.
Its features include an very bright f/1.5 to f/2.4 aperture lens. It has a 12 megapixel sensor and stabilizing photos is no problem with this phone with its installed optical image stabilization (IOS). It also boasts a second telephoto camera.
This is only the back camera though. The front camera is nothing to sneeze at too. It is 8 megapixels with an aperture lens of f/1.7 and auto focus (AF). This last particular feature is still pretty rare from smartphones nowadays.
The screen for this phone is quite sizable, at 6.2 inches. Moreover, it is fully HD.
For videos, it can capture high speed videos up to 960 frames per second. It also has the capability of capturing 4K video at 60 frames pers second.
Need more reason to get this phone? If its photography elements are not enough for you, it is also dust and waterproof. You can keep the phone under at least 1.5 meters of water for up to 30 minutes.
In short, this phone is beastly. A true juggernaut in the realm of camera phones.
Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro
In the line of Huawei’s smartphones, this is without a doubt the top of the line. Not only in terms of photography, but also as a smartphone.
To start, it features dual Leica cameras with an aperture lens of f/1.6. It has black and white processors, but also has a neural processing unit that speeds up the artificial intelligence features for the whole phone and its photography elements.
While its brand is not as established as Samsung, no one can deny the pedigree of its photographic elements.
The industry is continuously developing, and the list of smartphones with great photography tools is ever growing.