Don’t buy a mobile just by looking at more pixels of the camera, these eight smartphones are the best for photography, find out why

these eight smartphones are the best for photography, find out why

Today (August 19) is World Photography Day. Photographers are the most important part of our lives. It is rare for us to go anywhere and not click a photo.

Today everyone wants to click important moments in the camera. Mobile cameras make this task easier.

Mobile cameras for photography make up for the shortcomings of the D-SLR camera.

That’s why when we go to the market to buy a mobile, the first thing we want to know about the camera feature is how many megapixels is the camera? What is the resolution? Is the camera HD or not? How do selfie cameras work?

“Every time we take a mobile phone for the purpose of photography, megapixels have to do with image size, not quality,” said Lalit Mishra, a tech expert from Delhi.

That’s why you shouldn’t buy a smartphone just by looking at more pixels. Before buying a phone, it is important to know the aperture of the phone. The lower the aperture, the better. Autofocus lenses are also required.

On Photography Day we will tell you about the best camera smartphones available in the country.

The price of this phone is between 9-10 thousand to 40 thousand rupees.

Best smartphone for photography

1. Apple iPhone SE

Price: Rs. 40,000
Camera: 12 MP Rear, 12 MP Front
Display: 4.7 inches Retina HD
Storage: 16 GB, 2 GB RAM
Processor: Apple A9
OS: iOS 9.3
Features: one-core processor

2. Google Pixel 3a

Price: Rs 30,999
Camera: 12.2 MP Rear, 8MP Front
Processor: Qualcomm snapdragon 670
Display: 5.60
Storage: 64GB, 4GB RAM
Battery: 3000 mAh
Features: Autofocus camera

3. OnePlus Nord

Price: Rs 24,999
Camera: 48 MP + 8 MP + 5 MP + 2 MP
Display: 6.44 inches
Processor: Qualcomm snapdragon 765G
Storage: 64 GB, 12 GB RAM
Battery: 4115 mAh
Features: 5G smartphone, light sensor

4. Oppo Reno 2

Price: Rs. 25,000
Camera: 48 + 13 + 2 MP
Display: 6.5 inches
Processor: snapdragon 730 G.
Storage: 256 GB, 8 GB RAM
Battery: 4000 mAh
Feature: 20x detailed zoom feature

5. Samsung Galazy M31s

Price: Rs. 19,499
Rear camera: 64 MP + 12MP + 5 MP + 5 MP
OS: Android 10
Display: 6.5 inch screen
Storage: 128 GB, 6 GB RAM
Battery: 6000 mAh
Features: Ultra wide-angle lens

6. Realme X2

Price: Rs. 17,999
Camera: 64 MP quad
Storage: 64 GB, 4 GB RAM
Display: 6.4 inches, super AMOLED
Processor: snapdragon 730 G.
OS: Android 9 pie
Battery: 4000 mAh
Features: primary sensor, ultra-wide-angle lens

7. Realme C3

Price: Rs 8,999
Camera: 12 MP AI Dual
Processor: Helio G70
Display: 16.5 cm Mini-drop Fullscreen
Storage: 32 GB, 3 GB RAM
Battery: 5000 mAh
Features: low light photography

8. Motorola One Macro

Price Rs 9,999
Camera: 13 MP main, 8 MP front
Display: 6.2 inches HD +
Battery: 4000 mAh
Features: Expandable storage up to 512 GB


So, you don’t need a lot of megapixels to get any nice photos. It is especially valid if the camera’s primary purpose is to place images on the internet or print them in a scale of 4×6 Size.

Just a small 6-megapixel camera can produce some pretty good pictures. And don’t fall into the myths of your camera getting a huge number of megapixels.

If it’s going to be a compact camera and you want to be able to zoom into a picture without having a zoom lens, so there might be more megapixels of it.

Megapixels is just one factor in a camera too.

There is the quality of the lens, the technology behind the sensor, the ability to focus quickly, use a flash, etc.

ll of these play into how the camera works so always compare more than just megapixels. Don’t buy into the hype that more is always better.