“The cameras on the Redmi Note 3 can shoot quickly and offer nice images for the most part”“The best camera is the one in your pocket”. “Camera quality is one of the most important criteria while zeroing down on a new smartphone”. This time, we won’t resort to clichéd statements to tell you how important your smartphone’s camera prowess is, but you already know that right? Premium flagships are expected to come with capable cameras, but it’s the voluminous affordable smartphone segment that needs careful analysis, and finding phone with a capable set of snappers isn’t easy. Xiaomi’s Redmi Note 3 (first impressions | FAQs) is the latest to jump in the fray, and boasts some sweet features and specs when it comes to its cameras.
Deviating a tad bit from our usual close-up shots where we use flowers, we’ll move towards a more mundane object for this one. The humble clothes clip is the subject of this photo. The various clips offer a good mix of colours, and in this case, they've been captured quite accurately. Ordinarily, having so many objects close to each other in the frame can confuse smartphone cameras, but in this case the clips in the foreground are in sharp focus, with a lovely bokeh effect created in the background.
Zooming in a bit, we can make the finer details on the clips, including the concentric pattern and even the little dents here and there. It seems that the Redmi Note 3 does a swell job shooting at close quarters as well.