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  • Question about: OPPO F11
    Answered by 8ac38df13e82a2421559715591435 | 2 years ago


    Realme 3pro..
    Snapdragon 710
    4000+ battery
    Vooc charging
    25mp selfie camera
    Full Hd display.. and many more ... It's better mobile under 14000 range ...
    No other mobile are here compare with this mobile .
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  • Question about: Asus Zenfone Max Pro M2
    Answered by 51c9a99ef74987b8 | 1 years ago



    I would suggest you go for Nokia 8.1 because it has 12+13MP of a dual camera with Optical Image Stabilization

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  • Question about: Nokia Edge


    Answered by Thirugnanam Sehgal | 4 years ago


    Thirugnanam Sehgal

    Over the years, smartphone cameras have progressed so much that the need to carry a standalone camera continues to diminish day by day. While they still cant replace professional DSLRs, phones are now certainly capable of handling casual shooting. In fact, this year, devices like the Google Pixel XL , Samsung Galaxy S7 and the Apple iPhone 7 Plus have established new benchmarks when it comes to smartphone photography. But thats not to say that affordable handsets dont offer impressive images. Lets take a look at some budget smartphones which can prove to be a delight for shutterbugs, all priced below Rs 15,000.

    Honor 6X (Rs 12,999)
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    Huawei has been making some promising strides in the photography department and its sub-brand Honor can be seen doing the same. The company launched the dual-camera toting Honor 8 smartphone in the flagship killer segment last year which got rave reviews about its cameras. Now, Honor has followed that up with the recently launched Honor 6X budget smartphone, which also features dual-cameras on the back. Coming to the specs of the device, buyers get a pair of 12MP and 2MP sensors on the back, along with an 8MP selfie shooter up front.The camera app is fairly minimal and easy to use and comes with a dedicated Pro photo and Video mode. The smartphone sports a 5.5-inch full HD display and is powered by Huaweis very own Kirin 655 octa-core SoC.
    Related read: Honor 6X review

    Lenovo PHAB 2 Plus (Rs 14,999)
    Lenovo PHAB2 Plus
    Lenovos latest phablet, the PHAB 2 Plus, comes with everything a photography enthusiast might need. In fact, what the PHAB 2 Plus brings to the table isnt something many of its rivals can boast about a dual-camera setup in a smartphone that costs just Rs 14,999. Yes, you read it right. The PHAB 2 Plus rocks a 13MP dual rear camera setup with f/2.0 aperture, laser autofocus, phase detection autofocus, and a dual-LED flash. Lenovo has also included an augmented reality mode in the main camera that lets you create photos and videos with superimposed effects like virtual backgrounds or cartoons. For selfie enthusiasts, the phone rocks an 8MP front snapper. Other specifications of the device include a massive 6.4-inch full HD display, octa-core MediaTek MT8783 SoC, 3GB of RAM, and 32GB of expandable memory.

    Moto G5 Plus (Rs 14,999)

    Moto G5 Plus

    If the Moto G4 Plus had a good camera, the Moto G5 Plus is even better. The device comes stacked with a 12MP rear sensor with a wide aperture of f/1.7, as well as features like dual pixel autofocus and 4K video support. On the front, the G5 Plus features a 5MP selfie camera. The selfies shot with the G5 Plus offer natural skin tones with a decent amount of details. Even the camera app is well laid out and simple to use. Other specifications of the device include a Snapdragon 625 SoC, up to 4GB of RAM, and up to 32GB of expandable storage.
    Related read: Moto G5 Plus review

    Coolpad Cool 1 Dual (Rs 13,100)

    The Cool 1 Dual is the fruit of a collaboration of two of the biggest Chinese tech brands- Coolpad and LeEco. The USP of the Coolpad Cool 1 Dual is its rear-facing camera, or should we say cameras as the device comes with two 13MP sensors on the back. This, along with the smartphones competitive pricing makes it one of the best pocket shooters available in the market right now. As for the front facing camera, Coolpad has furnished the Cool 1 Dual with an 8MP sensor. Some other specs of the device include a 5.5-inch full HD display, a Snapdragon 652 octa-core processor along with a beefy 4,000mAh battery.

    ZTE nubia Z11 mini backs

    5-inch full HD display, Snapdragon 617 SoC, 3GB of RAM, a 2,800mAh battery with fast charging, and the next-gen USB Type-C port you name it, and the Z11 Mini has it. While it may have mini in the name, the camera performance is something that can give its rivals a run for their money. Boasting a 16MP Sony IMX298 sensor at the back, the phone features phase detection autofocus as well as 3D noise reduction. The company hasnt compromised with the front camera, as it comes with an 8MP sensor, enough to take some well-detailed selfies. If initial impressions are to be believed, the nubia Z11 Mini is one of the best camera smartphones under Rs 15,000.

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  • Question about: OnePlus 6
    Answered by 301bec7e0ea7f89b | 2 years ago


    One plus 6 on dought
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  • Question about: Oppo F3 Plus


    Answered by Pratik Dutta | 4 years ago


    Pratik Dutta

    Xiaomi Redmi 4 is worth buying I am using it for last few day and really satisfy with the performance Xiaomi Redmi 4 16GB
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  • Question about: Alcatel 3V


    Answered by Vasu Jayaraman | 3 years ago


    Vasu Jayaraman

    Alcatel 3V offers the best in class camera in the INR 10000 range. It has a 16+5MP dual primary camera with phase detection autofocus, burst mode and HDR mode. It has an 8MP back camera with an LED flash. 

    You can check the full features here: Alcatel 3V
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    Answered by Ramya Dutta | 3 years ago


    Ramya Dutta

    Doogee BL12000 is the best camera phone in the INR 25000 segment. It offers you 16+13MP dual primary camera with LED flash, F2.0 aperture and ISO control. There is 16+8MP front camera for amazing selfies.

    You can check the complete features here: Doogee BL12000
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    Answered by Ekalinga Subram | 4 years ago


    Ekalinga Subram

    f we have to point out one trend in the smartphone industry that caught on like a wildfire, it has to be selfies. Many phone makers were quick to jump on it and launch devices with powerful front cameras. Today, there are phones which have better cameras at the front than at the rear. If you are also in love with selfies, and looking for such phone, then youre at the right place. Heres a curated list of top selfie smartphones, which are available under Rs 20,000. 

    OPPO F3 (~Rs 19,990)
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    With its tagline of Camera Phone, OPPO has made it pretty clear from the get-go that its at the forefront of the selfie revolution. Its latest offering, the F3, is the most affordable smartphone with dual cameras at the front, dubbed Double View Group Selfie camera. The setup comprises a pair of 16MP and 8MP snappers. This ensures impressive selfies, with the secondary camera offering a 120-degree wide-angle view, letting you capture a large group in a single frame with ease. On top of that, features like Beautify 4.0, Bokeh Effect and various filters, add to the selfie experience. The pictures taken by the handset look crisp on its 5.5-inch full HD panel on the front. The device comes powered by MediaTeks MT6750T octa-core SoC mated to 4GB RAM. It gets a 3,200mAh battery, which provides a days worth of backup. 

    Vivo V5s (Rs 18,990)

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    Vivo has launched an array of selfie-centric phones in the market, with the V5s being the latest to join the herd. Boasting the same design as its siblings, it flaunts a powerful 20MP snapper on the front. Equipped with features like Moonlight Glow flash, Face Beauty,  the front camera takes care of all the needs of selfie lovers. Coming to the performance, it has an octa-core MediaTek MT6750 SoC which is paired with 4GB RAM. Other features on the handset include 13MP primary snapper, Android Marshmallow, 5.5-inch HD Display and a 3,000mAh battery. 

    OPPO A57 (~Rs 14,990)

    Oppo A57

    Moving on, we have another device from OPPOs stable, proving brands supremacy in this segment. Priced below Rs 15,000, the OPPO A57 comes with a high-res 16MP secondary shooter. The selfie camera gets useful features like Beautify 4.0 and Bokeh effect. At the back, the phone offers a 13-megapixel CMOS sensor with PDAF technology for fast autofocusing. The handset is quite compact with its 5.2-inch HD display with 2.5D glass. Under the hood, the device sports Qualcomm Snapdragon 435 processor, 3GB RAM and 2,900mAh battery.

    Gionee A1 (~Rs 19,999)

    Gionee also joined the selfie phenomenon with the launch of A1 in the country. Its highlight is the 16MP selfie camera with f/2.0 aperture. It comes loaded with features like Beauty mode and LED flash at the front. Theres 13MP shooter at the back, which also brings interesting features like Night mode, text translation and Smart Scan. For processing, the 5.5-incher gets an octa-core Helio P10 SoC coupled with 4GB of RAM. The handset gets its power from a beefy 4,010mAh battery. 

    nubia Z17 mini (Rs 19,999)
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    nubia recently launched the Z17 mini in India, which happened to be its first dual camera-toting smartphone in the market. While thats its USP, it will also appease the selfie enthusiasts with its powerful 16MP shooter at the front. The fascia of the device is dominated by a 5.2-inch full HD display. Powering the show is Qualcomm Snapdragon 652 SoC, 4GB RAM and 2,950mAh. 
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    Answered by Vivek Chatterjee | 4 years ago


    Vivek Chatterjee


    Dual cameras on smartphones arent new, but ever since the iPhone 7 Plus came out last year, this feature has gone completely mainstream. Weve seen quite a few smartphones boasting dual cameras lately, and while it started off with premium phones, one can find this coveted feature even in more affordable devices now.

    Interestingly, not all dual-camera implementations on phones work in a similar fashion. In fact, brands like LG and Huawei have utilised multiple sensors to perform entirely different functions. So we at 91mobiles tried to decode the various dual camera setups found in the market. The result? We were greeted with some of the best dual camera smartphones you can pick for yourself. Without further ado, lets get started.

    Honor 6X

    Honor 6X in pics 04

    Huawei has reigned unchallenged in the flagship killer and premium segment with its dual-camera offerings and the company now hopes to extend its legacy in the budget segment as well, with the Honor 6X. Sporting a pair of 12MP and 2MP sensors on the back, the Honor 6X is a great smartphone for photography and comes with dedicated modes like pro photo, pro video, night shot and HDR. Up front, the smartphone gets an 8MP sensor which shoots great selfies as well. Suffice it to say, Honors experience in smartphone photography is reflected on the 6X as well.

    Huawei P9


    The camera on the Huawei P9 is one of the USPs of the device. At the back, the Huawei P9 sports dual 12MP cameras which are certified by popular lens maker Leica. While one of the cameras features a full RGB sensor to capture colour, the other is a monochrome sensor for greyscale imagery. The monochrome sensor can capture up to two times the light captured by the RGB sensor. When you snap a photo, both cameras fire simultaneously, and the resultant image is a combination of the two pictures. In theory, this methodology should result in more details and better contrast and depth. Moreover, the 5.2-inch full HD display of the P9 is perfect to enjoy all your captures.'


    A more affordable alternative to the Huawei P9 comes from the companys sub-brand Honor in the form of Honor 8, which also sports dual 12MP rear cameras, out of which one is an RGB sensor and the other is a monochrome sensor. However, unlike the P9, it cannot capture monochrome images directly, but you can apply a filter to achieve the same effect.

    Apple iPhone 7 Plus


    The 5.5-inch iPhone 7 Plus is host to two 12MP rear cameras as well. While the camera hump is much bigger now, the Cupertino giant has utilised the prowess of the dual cameras well. The first sensor gets a 28mm wide-angle lens that can capture more area in a single frame, while the other is a 56mm telephoto lens which you can use to get 2X optical zoom without reducing the quality of the image. Apple has also revealed that the phone will soon get a software update that will allow you to take beautiful portraits with an enhanced depth of field and bokeh effect. The new iPhones come with loads of new features, and heres a look at the top seven.

    Micromax Dual 5


    The 13MP dual rear camera setup on the Micromax Dual 5 works exactly like the setup on the Huawei P9. The result is brighter photos with richer colours. In fact, the smartphone is no slouch when it comes to performance either. Powering the device is a Snapdragon 652 SoC, aided by 4GB of RAM and a 3,200mAh battery. On the front, the Dual 5 flaunts a 5.5-inch full HD Super AMOLED display, which is also a plus point of the smartphone.

    Related read: Micromax Dual 5 review

    Coolpad Cool1 Dual


    Another affordable offering in the list comes in the form of the Cool1 Dual, a product made jointly by LeEco and Coolpad. The phablet makes use of two 13MP shooters at the rear, which helps in depth sensing and an overall enhanced realistic bokeh effect. Apart from this, the device also gets phase detection autofocus, dual tone LED flash, as well as the ability to shoot 4K videos. Despite being the most affordable in the list, the Cool 1 Dual is quite loaded. It comes with a 5.5-inch full HD display, a Snapdragon 652 SoC, 4GB of RAM and a beefy 4,000mAh battery to power the hardware.

    LG V20 / G5


    LGs successor to last years V10, the V20, is also a treat for shutterbugs. The V20 sports a 16MP camera with a 75-degree lens, and a secondary 8MP camera with a wide 135-degree lens at the rear. This means, that the V20 can enjoy a host of different shots, including some stunning wide angle captures. Whats more is that the V20 also gets a 120-degree wide-angle selfie camera with a resolution of 5MP. Interestingly, the V20 doesnt only have dual cameras, but it also rocks dual screens, as there is a smaller secondary display on top of the regular canvas. 


    Users can also look at the LG G5, which costs less than the V20 and comes furnished with the exact same camera setup. Whats more is that the smartphone is semi-modular, and allows users to swap its battery as well as attach several modules to boost the smartphones performance in various aspects. 

    Lenovo PHAB 2 Plus


    enovo recently brought its affordable PHAB 2 Plus smartphone to India. As the name suggests, the device is a phablet sporting a gigantic 6.4-inch full HD display. At the back, the smartphone features dual 13MP cameras with f/2.0 aperture and features like laser autofocus, phase detection autofocus and dual-LED flash. The augmented reality mode in the main camera lets you create photos and videos with superimposed effects like virtual backgrounds or cartoons. Selfie lovers wont be disappointed as well with an 8MP front shooter for selfies and video calls. And if this wasnt enough, the PHAB 2 Plus also comes with Dolby Atmos and Dolby Audio Capture 5.1 surround sound support to make for an immersive audio experience.

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    Answered by Jashun Uddin | 4 years ago


    Jashun Uddin

    Over the past few years, smartphone cameras have come a long way in terms of picture quality. In fact, smartphones these days have cameras that can put most entry-level DSLRs to shame. With an ever-increasing pixel count and better sensors, smartphones are slowly gaining traction in clicking impressive pictures and videos across all situations, including low-light environments. With the ability to shoot 4k and slow-mo videos finally landing onto smartphones, it might just be the time to bid farewell to those bulky cameras. After all, its often said that the best camera is the one you have with you, and more often than not, it is going to be the snapper on your beloved smartphone. So without further ado, lets take a look at the current top smartphones which come with impressive cameras.

    Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8+ (Rs 57,990 onwards)

    The all new flagship duo from Samsung the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, have more to them than just their gorgeous infinity displays. Both devices come stacked with 12MP primary cameras, which on first glance might seem a bit too similar to their predecessors, but they actually uses a newer sensor. The primary camera comes with f/1.7 aperture, and is equipped with features like dual-pixel technology and dual LED flash. At the front, the 8MP snapper brings autofocus into the mix, taking the selfie craze to an all new level. Not to mention that the S8 and S8+ are two of the most powerful smartphones available in the market as of now.

    LG G6 (Rs 51,990)
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    With the G6, LG took a U-turn from its semi-modular G5 (review) smartphone. The modular friend accessories are no more, as they paved way for an eye-catching, almost bezel-less metallic design that plays host to a 5.7-inch QHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 2:1. On the camera side of things, the G6 now flaunts dual 13MP cameras at the back. One of them allows you to shoot in an extra wide angle mode, to capture more area without changing your position. The results? The cameras on the LG G6 perform as advertised. The picture quality is great, and the wide angle shots are just amazing.

    If youre looking for a similar setup, but with a secondary display in tow, then you can take a look at the LG V20 (review) which offers 16MP + 8MP dual primary cameras at a cheaper price.

    Samsung Galaxy S7 / S7 edge (Rs 42,500 onwards)

    Given the gains in camera quality of the S8 duo over its predecessor are marginal at best, the Galaxy S7 and S7 edge still retain their place in the list of the best camera phones in the market. In fact, the 12MP primary camera and the 5MP selfie camera of the S7 and S7 edge have been tried and tested, and deserve all the accolades they have managed to gather over the past year. The devices pack beautiful QHD displays, Exynos 8890 SoCs and 4GB of RAM, enough to satisfy most users.
    OnePlus 3T

    Rocking a 16MP camera sensor with features like phase detection autofocus, OIS and a bigger pixel count for low-light photos, the OnePlus 3T is, by all means, one of the best camera phones out there. The hype around the smartphone is justified as the device rightfully earns its title of a flagship killer with its performance. Selfie lovers wont be disappointed, as a 16MP front camera awaits their command to snap a crisp selfie.
    Apart from all the internals, it also has a completely revamped design. With a sleek metal unibody and colours like grey, gold and black, it exudes premiumness. If specs are all that matters, then the OnePlus 3T wont fail to impress you as it rocks the powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 821 chipset and is among the very few phones offering 6 gigs of RAM.

    Related read: OnePlus 3T review

    Apple iPhone 7 Plus (Rs 59,999 onwards)

    he latest and greatest from the Cupertino giant, the iPhone 7 Plus (review), brings in a slew of new features and updates. On one hand, the company has done away with the 3.5mm headphone interface while on the other, the phone has a dual camera setup at the back. The arrangement comprises a wide angle lens to capture more area, as well as a telephoto lens to help in offering up to 2x optical zoom. It also provides an enhanced depth of field, especially with the Portrait mode. And theres something new for the selfie lovers as well, as the company has decided to bump the resolution of the front camera to 7MP.

    Google Pixel / Pixel XL (Rs 52,000 onwards)


    If a stock Android experience is what youre after, then the Pixel and Pixel XL from Google are what you should be looking at. Interestingly, the duo offers amazing camera performance, and Google didnt wait to reveal the DxOMark rating of the two smartphones, which at 89, is one of the highest any smartphone has achieved till now. The optics are taken care of by a 12.3MP rear camera with 1.55 micron pixels, Electronic image stabilisation (EIS) and PDAF. While the hardware might be last-gen, the Pixel devices are still among the snappiest Android smartphones you can get your hands on.
    Related read: Google Pixel XL review

    Huawei P9 (Rs 39,999)


    Huawei is a smartphone OEM that has seen unprecedented growth in the last few years. In 2016, the company launched something unique in the form of the P9. Sporting a dual-lens camera setup, the Huawei P9 (review) has 12MP sensors, which features a Leica SUMMARIT lens and a 1.25-micron pixel size for better low-light photography. The dual-camera mechanism promises impressive photos since the P9 combines the RGB shots from one sensor and greyscale photos from the other into one.

    However, if youre looking for a more affordable option with dual cameras, then you can look at the Honor 8 (review), which also comes with dual 12MP rear cameras, and is available at a price of Rs 29,999. On the other hand, the Honor 6X (review) brings dual cameras at an even lower price tag of Rs 12,999 with its dual 12MP + 2MP cameras.

    Moto G5 Plus (Rs 14,999 onwards)

    While on paper, the Moto G5 Plus may not look like the best camera phone out there, it certainly impresses us with the kind of picture quality it produces. In fact, in our review, we even went ahead and crowned it the title of having the best camera in its segment. At the back resides a 12MP primary camera with f/1.7 aperture and dual pixel technology. There are tons of modes and features bundled along in the software, while basics like focussing and shutter speed are as fast as the blink of an eye. Given the commendable snaps the device is capable of shooting, the Moto G5 Plus deserves a spot among the other big guns in this list.
    Related read: Moto G5 Plus review

    Samsung Galaxy C9 Pro (Rs 36,000)


    The Galaxy C9 Pro from Samsung is a very popular device in the Korean giants portfolio. And rightly so, given the device is the first smartphone from the brand to come equipped with 6GB of RAM, when even the latest S8 duo ship with just 4 gigs of RAM. Keeping that aside, the Galaxy C9 Pro offers a 16MP sensor each at the front and rear. In particular, the primary camera produces incredible depth of field, and captures impressive daylight shots with a good amount of details and clarity. So, if a 6-inch phablet with decent cameras is what youre looking for, the Galaxy C9 Pro might be a compelling option.

    Worthy Mentions


    With so many smartphones focusing on camera quality, there are bound to be quite a few that stand out. One of these includes the F3 Plus (review) from OPPO, which brings the dual camera magic to the selfies, with its 16MP + 8MP dual front cameras. On top of that, the rear 16MP primary snapper is more than capable enough to take some crisp photos.


    On the other hand, Micromax has revealed its ace in the form of the Dual 5 (review) smartphone. As expected, the phone comes with dual 13MP sensors at the rear, out of which one captures images in normal RGB mode, while the other takes them in monochrome. Other features like a metal unibody design and a fingerprint scanner make the Dual 5 an enticing pick.
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