Remember how recently we were surprised at dual cameras, where the second module is used for the blur effect (bokeh)? It turns out that this is not enough for the manufacturers, now they complete their devices with a module with three or even four cameras! Why do I need extra cameras? The main one allows you to take good pictures, the second – for the bokeh effect, the third, for example, gets aperture optics and improves night shooting. In short, the more cameras, the better!
Samsung Galaxy A7 (2018) 4 / 64GB
Not the most powerful and expensive smartphone from Samsung, which received a triple rear module. 24/8/5 MP camera resolution: main camera, wide-angle and module for depth of field. The front camera is single, there are a lot of additional effects – the latter, however, is found in many smartphones.
Galaxy A7 (2018) received a stylish case, a widescreen 6-inch display, a good platform based on the Exynos 7885 processor and 4 GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy A9 (2018) 6 / 128GB
If the Galaxy A7 (2018) was the first in the company’s lineup to be equipped with a triple module, then the Galaxy A9 (2018) received the main module, which already consists of four cameras! Here is their resolution: 24/5/10/8 MP. What for? Here is the purpose of these cameras: the main camera, a wide-angle camera with an angle of coverage of 120 degrees, the third – for zooming (using double optical zoom), and the fourth – already for the usual blurring of the background.
The smartphone received a 6.3-inch display, a case design in the style of older models, a capacious battery.
Huawei P20 Pro
Huawei was one of the first to use the triple module in the main camera. Huawei P20 Pro is one of the best camera phones in its class, experts say.
Camera resolution – 40/20/8 MP: the main module, an additional monochrome sensor for wide dynamic range, the third – with triple optical zoom.
It is also noted that in terms of night shooting at the time the device goes on sale there are no equal to it – experts say this.
Huawei Mate 20 Pro 6 / 128GB
Like the P20 Pro, the Mate 20 Pro received a triple camera module. Moreover, it repeats that of the P20 Pro, but instead of a black and white sensor – a widescreen camera.
Is there any difference between the P20 Pro and Mate 20 Pro cameras in terms of shooting? Experts say there is, but mostly it is noticeable at night: the Mate 20 Pro has much more detailed images.
Huawei Mate 20 6 / 128GB
The Mate 20 stands a notch lower than the Mate 20 Pro, although it is also a flagship device based on the powerful HiSilicon Kirin 980 processor.
He has a triple camera with a resolution of 12/16/8 MP: the main lens, a lens with a double optical zoom, a wide-angle lens.
Experts say that the Mate 20, if it shoots worse than the Mate 20 Pro, is quite a bit – the flagship level. And this also applies to shooting with insufficient lighting.
Huawei Mate 20X
This is not even a smartphone, it is rather a tablet with a screen diagonal of 7.2 inches! Claimed as a gaming device.
The smartphone received a powerful 5000 mAh battery, stereo speakers with Dolby Atmos support, a Kirin 980 processor, support for the M Pen stylus.
The Huawei Mate 20X has three cameras: standard (40 MP), wide-angle (20 MP) and a module with triple optical zoom (8 MP).
Oppo r17 pro
Oppo R17 Pro received a triple rear camera module: primary and secondary sensors (12 MP and 20 MP, respectively), as well as a three-dimensional scanning sensor TOF 3D.
Other features include a dual battery, whose total capacity is 3700 mAh, as well as a fingerprint scanner located directly on the screen.
LG V40 ThinQ
The second flagship in the line of LG. It is interesting because it received 5 cameras at once: a triple rear module and a dual front.
The resolution of the rear cameras is 12/16/12 MP: the main module, wide-angle and with triple optical zoom.
This is a music smartphone, here you can find a 32-bit DAC. However, this is true for other flagships of LG.