It’s tough to work out the best camera phone on the market – there are so many smartphones to try out, so how on earth will you be able to work out which has the best snapper on the back?
[Update: we’re now in 2018, which means our best camera phones listed below will be looking nervously over their shoulders at the new launches set for this year. We’re not far away from the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus launch at the end of February, and Sony, LG, HTC and Huawei will all likely follow soon after. ]
The good news for you is that TechRadar tests them all thoroughly, putting them through their photography paces in all manner of lighting conditions and scenarios to help you work out which phone will give the right pictures for you.
Before choosing, it’s worth thinking about what you want from a camera phone. Do you want something that’s great at taking outdoor snaps and aren’t bothered if it’s good in low light? Is a great quick pic with friends more important than a really powerful sensor that takes amazing shots when you put the effort in?
It’s also worth thinking about battery size and screen quality – if you’re going to be heading out all day and doing longer photography sessions, you’ll need a battery that can keep up.
This article was sourced fromTechRadar