When Apple unveiled its new iPhone 6s and 6s Plus last year, one of the biggest selling points was the camera on the back.
But in an effort to keep costs down, Apple has been releasing more and more cameras with lower resolution to compete with the competition.
In fact, there are currently more than 50 cameras on the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus and more than 20 cameras in the upcoming iPhone 7.
There’s even an iPhone 7 Plus camera, which will come with a new camera app.
The most popular smartphone cameras right now are those from Google and Samsung.
But it’s worth noting that not all the smartphones are created equal, and that even the most popular camera apps are still not the best.
One of the most common complaints from iPhone owners is that the cameras on their phones aren’t very good.
There are several reasons why this is the case, including poor optics, poor low-light performance, and poor image quality.
But there are also other factors to consider, like the amount of time you spend with your phone and how much you can expect to spend on the camera app, the quality of the photo, and even the battery life.
So, what is a good smartphone camera?
We’ll start by looking at the best smartphone camera apps and comparing them.
What’s the best phone camera?
The best smartphone cameras come in all shapes and sizes, and we’ve ranked the top five to help you make the right decision about which is the best for you.
The best smartphones Camera 1.
Apple iPhone 6 Plus camera with autofocus (iOS 11) Pros: The iPhone 6+ has a super-sharp sensor, which means it captures more light, which is more useful for low-lit situations.
It also has an autofocusing system that lets you use it with different settings.
The new Face ID fingerprint scanner is also a great feature for people with complex faces.
Cons: There are only five cameras on iPhone 6 plus.
There is no built-in HDR mode.
It’s not always convenient to use.
It can only shoot in a single-pixel mode.
You can’t use Face ID with an older iPhone, which was the original version.
Price: $499.99 for the 16GB model and $599.99 after a $150 AppleCare+ deductible.
Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge+ camera with 1080p video and front-facing Face ID (iOS 12) Pros (4) : The Samsung Galaxy 6 and S6 have a super powerful and super-slim camera, making them ideal for capturing fast action and capturing incredible detail.
They also have a nice wide-angle lens that is a great combination for capturing images of your friends and family.
The front-camera on the S6 also features a super high-resolution camera, so you can take incredible shots of your phone’s sensors.
They have an excellent front- and rear-facing camera, too.
They’ve got a great selfie-shot feature that makes it super easy to take great photos of people.
They’re also waterproof, too, so they’re good for both sunny or rainy days.
Cons (3) : It’s very slow to focus.
The rear camera only shoots in the black area, so it can’t be used for video or selfies.
The phone also lacks a selfie-shoot function.
The selfie-cap is also not waterproof.
Price : $699 for the 32GB model with a free 3-day trial, $799 for the 64GB model, and $1,149 for the 128GB model.
Sony Xperia Z3 Compact camera with Sony’s Dual Pixel Autofocus system (Android 6.0 Marshmallow) Pros : Sony has redesigned its camera app and camera software for Android 6.2.
The Xperia Z5 Compact is a compact camera that offers better low-level autofocuses than the Z5, which has a slower autofocal range and higher ISO.
The camera is a new Android version of the Sony Xperia Camera app, which also includes a number of features, like HDR and a photo app.
You also get a number, like live view, that can help you find the camera by tapping on the notification bar.
It has a 5.7-inch 1080p screen with an FHD resolution, and Sony’s new Dual Pixel autofill technology, which combines multiple sensors into a single pixel to help capture more detail.
The software also lets you take selfies and use the rear-camera to record video.
Pros (3): The camera has a new autofocused mode that allows you to use it in different settings, and it’s waterproof.
The Sony Xperia 5 camera is waterproof.
Cons : It doesn’t have the same front-focusing capability as the Z3.
It lacks a live view mode, and its screen is quite dark.
It does have the ability to record 1080p videos, but the video quality is very low.
It doesn, however,