2017 has been a phenomenal year for smartphones. It was the year we saw some of the most amazing beauties take center stage, ranging from iPhone 8 to Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This infographic talks about the best smartphones of 2017 and why they are the most promising choices with its excellent cameras.
Apple unveiled its iPhone 8 and iPhone 8 Plus, which are grand fashions in themselves. They pack top of the range cameras and have at least one USP to brag about. iPhone 8 brings HDR (High Dynamic Range) mode to the table, which adds more depth to the picture and make it look quite captivating. On the other side, iPhone 8 Plus has dual lens camera with Bokeh effect and an even stronger portrait mode for sharper, dynamic images.
Google has Android, the most established OS in the world, and it worked by combining it with top-of-the-range camera features for its Pixel devices. Google Pixel is winning plaudits for delivering nothing short of crispest images with its f/1.8 aperture, while Pixel 2 has a DXO score of 96, making it the top-order choice for videography. If you’re dissatisfied with the poor image quality of images taken during nights, Samsung Note 8 has everything you’d ask for. Look no further than Note 8 for low light photography, because it maintains day-light exposure for balanced noise and crisp colors. For those not looking to hit a huge and settle for a mid-range offering, albeit with good snappers, Huawei Mate 10 Pro and HTC 11 are great choices.
With so many of slick smartphone cameras available in the dock, we can only imagine how tough it will get for you to choose the right one for yourself. And with 2018 in progress, we’re expecting a fleet of many new trends to transform the industry. Fingers crossed!