Huawei has seriously upped the game with the triple rear camera on its Mate 20 Pro – three lenses and a wealth of AI technology combine to offer a 40MP+20MP+8MP ultra-wide angle snapper that will take photos a pro would be proud of. The 24MP front camera is no shirker either, cramming more pixels onto its sensor than you’ll find in most phones’ primary cameras.
Take your photography to a whole new level with AI functions. The Google Pixel 3 sports a 12.2-megapixel rear camera and an 8-megapixel wide-angle front camera, letting you fit a lot more into your selfies. Improve your images with machine learning, and get sharper images with the Night Sight and Super Res Zoom features. The AI software adjusts the depth-of-field of your photos after you take them, and you can pick the best from a series of shots thanks to Photobooth mode.
Take sharper action shots and freeze the moment with iPhone XR. The 12MP main camera captures brilliant highlights and deep shadows in incredible detail thanks to Smart HDR. Create a sophisticated background blur for your stunning portraits with the 7MP front camera’s sensor. Plus, the all-new Depth Control lets you adjust the depth of field – even after you’ve taken the photo.
Having a total of four cameras is enough of a reason to believe that the Mate 20 lite takes truly breath-taking photos. The quad 20MP and 2MP camera combinations on the front and back is undoubtedly impressive, but it’s Huawei’s AI technology that adjusts the lenses according to 22 categories of object and scene recognition-based optimisations that will take capturing your happiest moments to the ultimate level.
As you’d expect, it’s high-end all the way when it comes to photography with iPhone. Equipped with two rear-facing 12-megapixel cameras, iPhone 8 offers 2X optical zoom, as well as some stunning new features such as depth of field effects and a new Portrait Lighting mode.
Fun to use and packed with features for customisation, the iPhone 8 makes it easy to take amazing photos and 4K videos.
With the S9+ Samsung have re-imagined what a phone camera can do. Its Dual Aperture lens adjusts automatically to light levels, giving perfect shots whatever the conditions. Super Slo-mo video mode captures every moment of the action, while optical image stabilisation keeps your creations blur-free. Equipped with a second lens for 2x optical zoom, too, the S9+ is a top choice for photography fans.
See your photos in striking detail. The Samsung Galaxy Note9 snaps great shots with its 12-megapixel camera – in broad daylight and after dark. The Dual Aperture lens adapts to light, so your photos always come out crystal clear. Create dazzling portraits with Live Focus and let Flaw Detection correct blinks, blurs and backlighting.
What’s more, you can add your own microSD card to expand storage up to 512GB – giving you extra space for even more great photos, videos or files.
The P20 Pro sees Huawei take their collaboration with iconic German camera maker Leica to the next level. The front-facing camera captures two times more light and automatically senses ‘groufies’ – switching to wide-angle mode to fit in all your friends.
Complete with an imaging algorithm to add studio-like enhancements to your portraits, and dynamic illumination to give you professional results.