Samsung Galaxy F41 is the first smartphone in the newest F series from Samsung in India. The exciting new F series brings a ton of innovative features to the millennials and GenZ audience in India, allowing them to experience flagship-level camera performance at an affordable price point. The Galaxy F41 has Samsung’s industry-leading 64MP rear camera that brings you a premium photography experience with features including Single Take and Live Focus. Single Take, as soon on flagship Samsung smartphones, is a great way to capture several photos and videos of a single shot.

To test out the incredible performance of the Samsung Galaxy F41’s camera, we decided to pit it against two popular mid-range smartphones, the Realme 6 Pro and the Xiaomi Redmi Note 9 Pro. This blind camera test analyses camera performance in several different scenarios so we can determine which one has the best camera out of the lot. So, vote for the best choice by scrolling down.

Shot 1 – Primary camera

Let’s begin the blind camera test by testing out the highlighted feature of the Samsung Galaxy F41 — the 64MP camera. While the Realme 6 Pro does have a 64MP AI camera, the Redmi Note 9 Pro sports a 48MP main camera at the back. The scene we picked for this category is of a stall filled with objects that are vibrant in colour. There are several trees in the background as well, to help you judge the dynamic range. We chose this scene to help you judge the quality of all 3 shots. You should look for HDR, image contrast, and colour accuracy when casting your vote.

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Shot 2 – Ultra-wide shot

In this shot we will test out the wide-angle photography capabilities of the three smartphones in question. A wide-angle camera helps you take in a wider field of view when capturing landscapes, and is fast becoming the norm in the mid-range smartphone segment. For this category, we used the ultra-wide-angle cameras on the Samsung Galaxy F41, Realme 6 Pro, and Redmi Note 9 Pro to capture an iconic monument in a picturesque landscape, filled with shrubs and trees. You should be looking out for the extent of field of view, image distortion, and overall picture clarity in the three shots.

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Shot 3 – Bokeh shot

With the omnipresence of multiple cameras on mid-range smartphones, the quality of portrait shots is extremely important to judge the quality of the depth effect that the particular smartphone offers. So, in this test, we clicked the quintessential portrait shot with the Samsung Galaxy F41, Realme 6 Pro, and Redmi Note 9 Pro. You should essentially look for the level of depth effect, the natural appearance of the image, and colour accuracy. The Realme 6 Pro, here, does not have a dedicated depth sensor but does offer a portrait mode in the camera app.

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Shot 4 – Selfie camera

A selfie camera on a smartphone is as important as its rear camera, if not more important for some users. To help you decide which smartphone has the best front camera, we pitted the 32MP selfie camera of the Samsung Galaxy F41 against the dual 16MP + 8MP camera combo on the Realme 6 Pro and the 16MP sensor on the Redmi Note 9 Pro. Look for accuracy of skin tones, depth of field effect, and overall image quality when casting your vote.

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Shot 5 – Night mode

And, finally, we will compare the night mode image capturing capabilities on these three smartphones. Low light photography has become a feature that smartphone users demand from brands. We clicked yet another important monument with lighting on at night. You should be looking at the level of image distortion and accuracy in capturing the right colours when judging the night modes on the Samsung Galaxy F41, Realme 6 Pro, and Redmi Note 9 Pro.

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Please cast your votes on all the five test scenarios and come back in a few days to find out which photos garnered the most votes, and which smartphone won this blind camera comparison.