Three mobile phones that are perfect snappers

Three mobile phones that are perfect snappers

If you are looking for the best camera smartphone, there isn’t a perfect option that stands out from all others. There are more alternatives available than ever before since the smartphone cameras are evolving at a fast pace. In this article, we compiled a list of three smartphones that are perfect for taking a photo.

1. Apple iPhone 11 Pro

The compact powerhouse from Apple iPhone 11 Pro performs well in most departments with a 5.8-inch Super Retina XDR OLED display with 458 PPI sharpness and 1125 x 2436 pixels resolution. The display is also DolbyVision and HDR 10 certified. However, the key highlight is its camera setup coming with three lenses, 12MP ultrawide, and 12MP telephoto lens with 2x optical zoom. It has a 12MP wide-angle camera on the front for selfies and video calls. iPhone 11 Pro also records 4K videos at 60 frames each second for those who like to vlog.

2. Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra

Considered as Samsung’s best offering till date, the Galaxy S20 Ultra comes with a mighty camera setup for videos and photos. With a huge 6.9-inch QHD+ display with HDR 10+ support, it is a perfect viewfinder. The rear camera setup is a combination of 48MP telephoto, 12MP ultrawide, 108MP primary, and a ToF sensor. It has a 10MP wide-angle camera on the front. It is also claimed to record 8K video footage at 30fps.

3. Huawei P30 Pro

The Huawei P30 Pro has a 32 MP f/2.0, Wide Angle Primary Camera (0.8µm pixel size) and there’s a 40MP + 20MP + 8MP camera on the rear with features such as Auto Flash, Touch to focus, and Face detection. It features a custom 40MP camera sensor using a special color filter arrangement. It also has a periscope telephoto lens with 10X hybrid zoom and a ToF sensor for additional depth information. The night mode in Huawei P30 Pro is especially adept at lighting up lowly lit scenes with sharp details and overall, it is an excellent camera phone to buy.

The evolution of mobile phone

The evolution of mobile phone

Now it’s hard to imagine a life without mobile phones and they have only been available for a short period of time.

The first mobile device emerged from the Motorola labs in 1973, weighing about 4kg, taking 10 hours to charge, and allowing 30 minutes of talk time. This was the beginning of what was to become one of the world’s biggest technological advances.

The 1980s to the 1990s, phones progressively got smaller. Looking back at the images of phones in the eighties conjures images of large, bulky phones with long impractical aerials. The nineties signified a move to a sleeker and more pocket-friendly option.

Who can forget the faithful Nokia 3310? The indestructible phone known to many of us. Flip phones and phones with keypads started to become more popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s.

In 2007, a phone came along that would change technology as we know it now. The iPhone was launched on June 29th 2007 and was the beginning of the mass move to smartphone devices.

With unlimited capabilities and new apps developed daily, the phone of the moment is undoubtedly the smartphone. In the first quarter of 2020, more than 336 million smartphones were sold and sales are set to rise as more affordable options are launched in the developing world.

The look and feel of smartphones have arguably come full circle by in some ways mimicking earlier models, with a move to larger (but usually thinner) devices. Screens in many cases are getting bigger and bigger, with ‘phablets’ (phone or tablet hybrids) becoming ever popular.

It’s not easy to say what phones in 2115 will look like and we can only imagine what they will be capable of.