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Top 3 Phones with the Best Cameras

March 26, 2019

Are you looking to update your phone to one with a better camera? You’re in luck, as many phone companies are realizing that a lot of people want to capture and share the best quality photos without the hassle of taking their DSLR cameras everywhere they go. You never know when you’ll have the opportunity to take an amazing photo! We will be reviewing the best phone cameras. The phone cameras reviewed are in no particular order, as each phone brings their own unique qualities to the table. This blog is to help you make an informed decision on your next phone purchase and get the quality camera you are looking for. Don’t forget if you’re a photographer using your phone or a DSLR camera, make sure to enter our Photographer Spotlight Contest, and you could win a trip anywhere in North America!  

Huawei P30 Pro 

First, let’s start with the Huawei P30 Pro. This phone is a game changer. The phone has a Leica Quad Camera System, which offers features such as a Superzoom lens, a 40 MP Super Sensing Camera, a 20 MP Ultra-Wide-Angle Lens and more. The Superzoom offers 10x hybrid zoom to bring out astonishing levels of detail, as well as a 50x zoom, which delivers objects that were once so farlike the mooncloser than you’ve ever seen before! The P30 Pro also offers superb low light features, as it has up to ISO 409,600, bringing all the low-light images you dreamed of capturing to fruition. These are just some of the features that the Huawei P30 Pro offers, and only some of the reasons why we think it is one of the best phone cameras of 2019. You can read more here. 

Samsung Galaxy S10

Samsung has really stepped up their game with the S10 models. The camera quality of these phones is something every amateur photographer will desire. The S10 camera has 5 lenses so you can shoot photos like a pro. They offer three settingstelephoto, wide angle, and ultra-wide angle—giving you the technology to achieve the exact image you are looking for. The S10 also offers dual aperture and multi-frame composition to capture any photo with its day-to-night light control, so no matter the time of day, you can capture stunning images. The front camera offers live focus, to detect the subject and soften the background with unique filters such as blur, spin bokeh, zoom bokeh, and color point.  These are just a few reasons why the Samsung Galaxy 10 models make it on our list for the top phone cameras. You can read more about all the features they offer here.

iPhone Xs

Our third phone we recommend is the iPhone Xs. The iPhone Xs offers smart HDR, which effortlessly brings more highlights and shadows into your photos. It also offers an adjustable depth of field, giving your portraits even more pop, as you can blur the background out and keep the focus on the subject. The iPhone Xs also offers more low-light details and sharper action shots. The best quality of this camera would probably be their 4K video, you can shoot the highest quality video on your phone making your cinematography possibilities endless. For these reasons and more the iPhone Xs has made our list of best phone cameras. You can find out more information here 

We hope that you enjoyed our choices for the best phone cameras. Don’t forget that ACDSee offers Mobile Sync, an app where you can save, manage, and wirelessly send your photos to any version of our photo studio editing software, 2018 and higher. If you want to know more information, you can check out our mobile sync blog, or you can go straight to downloading the app. 



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  • stephen714

    These are excellent stories and I appreciate that they are available to read and not trapped on video. ACDSee does more and more with each year’s new version. I like being able to refer to these stories in print as I work.I’ve been using ACDSee since version 3, about 20 years. There is always something new that works best in this software. I started using the black point of a picture to edit from ACDSee and no other program works so easily. I especially like the adjustable size preview in the lower left corner, which has become a standard as I see it in other programs.I look forward to the newest version every year to see what new features are in ACDSee like the ability to access other photo editors right from ACDSee

    • ACD Systems International

      Thank you for the kind words Stephen!

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