We have ranked here five best smartphone cameras in the world. The ranking of these smartphones cameras is based on their performance against one another in real world conditions. The quality of their lenses, quality of their sensors and the autofocusing of these smart cameras helped to figure out the best out of them.
#1. Samsung Galaxy S7/S7 Edge
This is the 12-megapixel, f/1.7 shooter that dethroned the iPhone in our head-to-head test. It simply features the best dynamic range, the widest aperture, the best texture and contrast, the best low-light shooting, the fastest autofocus ever on a smartphone camera. You can even shoot with it underwater.
#2. iPhone 6s/6s Plus/SE
The excellent dynamic range, sharpness, cinematic texture, and sheer smarts of the iPhone let it cling on to that No. 2 spot. It won’t make the best possible images of any smartphone, but it’s much easier to get a good shot with than the HTC 10 or LG G5.
#3. Huawei P9
The dual cameras on the P9 work together to gather depth information, allowing them to mimic the soft backgrounds of a wide-aperture DSLR and adjust focus after the shot is taken. Barring some awkward early attempts, this is a superpower so far unique among smartphone cameras.
#4. HTC 10
Its f/1.8-aperture lens produces an excellent look and texture. The 12.1-megapixel sensor has a great dynamic range (the range of highlight and shadow detail it can capture in one shot). And the autofocus is fairly zippy. In fact, on a pure hardware level it outclasses the No. 2 and 3 cameras on our list.
#5. LG G5
The G5 is the first smartphone to feature two cameras for different focal lengths, putting it at the front of an inevitable trend. It also offers modular accessories like the Cam Plus to improve your shooting. If smartphone cameras are going to leep getting better, they’re going to need to function more like DSLRs, with several sensors and lenses for different situations. So conceptually, the G5 is a little bit brilliant.
Source: Business Insider