The iPhone 4 produces excellent pictures.
Even if one is an amateur or professional photographer, we all love to use our phones in a pinch to "get the shot" . As we all know it seems almost every cell phone features a camera. Some are better than others, but which camera in a phone produces the best actual pictures in your opinion?
there are many bells and whistles on current phone cameras but for me the higher the mega pixels the better quality. also check for high screen resolution and good colour.
i think nokia have 12 mega pixels which is excellent and i believe they use zeiss lenses ( - who were at one time the best lens makers on the planet, however, i dont know if the original company is still doing the manufacturing) other features of the phone - i cannot vouch for.
Being a fresh iPhone 4S buyer, I'd like to volunteer it as a candidate.
Very good at close ups, great for low light, and exceptional color accuracy. It's fast, too, which could be a deal maker for anyone who goes to a lot of concerts.
Only catches are that it's a bit noisier in daylight than it ought to be and that my Mac has some odd times with photos taken directly from the camera. Still, a real selling point.
Sony phones generally have better cameras.
At the moment I am using “Samsung S7350” Ultra Slider with a 5MP camera and it’s the phone that has best MP camera. I can assure the picture quality of this phone camera and it’s awesome.
Nokia N73 It really makes good pictures.
Actually All these phones camera picture quality are nowhere near like a good dedicated digital compact camera.
I think nokia is Best.
Galaxy S3 have a good one.
I'm looking for a camera that has a good phone? Any suggestions?
i think nokia 808 pureview is the best camera phone in the world right now.
Well I am full of praises for my iPhone 4s when it comes to clicking pictures. I simply love taking snaps from it. Amazing picture quality.
you right pankaj nokia is the best alwaya.........
The 808 PureView has a nice camera. It's just a shame that the camera's attached to a Symbian phone. When PureView reaches Nokia's Windows Phones, then we'll talk!