Smartphones like oppo,iPhone, Samsung have become essential in daily life that we never leave. They are no longer only used for making phone calls or consulting the Internet, but also and increasingly for taking photos and videos. With the advancement of technology, some cell phones have become as efficient as a real camera, which is why this market has almost completely disappeared, only the expensive SLR cameras having survived. If you are a true lover of beautiful photographs, it is therefore important to choose your future smartphone, this is what we will see in this guide grouping the best smartphones like Samsung and the most talented in photography
We now find the famous Samsung Galaxy Note 10 + which is one of the best high-end smartphones for taking photographs, it really fights side by side with the iPhone 11 Pro. We would like to point out that the Samsung Galaxy Note 10, which is the model just above the 10+, is also very well rated, it will also be a very good choice of smartphone for the photo. Apart from the photo, the phone has NFC technology, facial recognition to allow the user to unlock their phone more quickly, but also a fingerprint sensor to switch between recognition modes.
The screen has a 6.8 inch Super Oled panel, which is approximately 17.3 cm, the screen definition is 3040 pixels x 1440 pixels. The screen of this phone takes up about 92.48% of the phone’s area.
From a more technical point of view , we notice that this Note 10+ uses a Samsung Exynos 9825 SoC alongside 12 GB of RAM and 256 GB or 512 GB of internal storage. This smartphone increases its internal storage space via microSD. The GPU of this Samsung is the Mali-G76 MP12.
For photo quality , we can see a triple photo sensor on the back of the smartphone with a 12-megapixel main module, a 12-megapixel 2X module and a 16-megapixel ultra-wide-angle module. For the front sensor, you can take selfies with a 10 megapixel module. The 10+ rating has a 117 rating from Dxomark.
For the battery , there is a capacity of 4300 mAh with compatibility with wireless charging and fast charging.
The connection is composed of a USB Type-C connector, but does not support the jack. Wireless connectivity is made up of Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0.
The dimensions of this Samsung Galaxy Note 10+ are 162.3 mm x 77.2 mm x 7.9 mm for a weight of 196 grams.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 + smartphone is the full-size version of the standard Galaxy S20 and has been available for sale since March 2020. The S20 + is a premium smartphone that offers cutting edge features. It is equipped with NFC and offers Wi-Fi 6 support. The Samsung Galaxy S20 + is equipped with a 6.7-inch Super AMOLED display which allows a screen definition of 3200 pixels x 1440 pixels and a resolution of 535 PPI, with a refresh rate of 120 Hz.
The S20 + operates a Samsung Exynos 990 SOC engraved in 7 nm EUV with 12 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal storage space, expandable via micro SD. The graphics chip is an ARM Mali G77.
From a photography point of view , there is a main sensor of 64 megapixels, and two other rear sensors of 12 megapixels. The front sensor is 10 megapixels. This Samsung smartphone has an excellent rating of 118 from Dxomark which makes it an excellent photophone.
The Samsung Galaxy S20 + is powered by a 4500 mAh battery, which gives it very good autonomy, in addition, it is compatible with fast charging and wireless charging.
For wireless connectivity, this Samsung offers Wi-Fi 6 and Bluetooth 5.0. For the connection we find a USB Type-C connector and we note the absence of a jack. Please note that there are two versions, one with 4G support, the other with support in addition to 5G (the price is not the same!).
The dimensions of this smartphone are 161.9 mm x 73.7 mm x 7.8 mm for a weight of 186 grams.
The smartphone is a camera that you always have with you. And if there was once a gulf between the photo quality of a smartphone and a traditional camera, the gap has narrowed considerably in recent years, to the point that one wonders if we still need certain types of cameras, such as a compact. With more and more efficient and numerous optics (ultra wide-angle, 2x or even 8x zoom, optical stabilization, etc.) and the advent of computational photography, the best smartphone in photography rivals a “real” camera for everyday photos, obviously without replacing a high-end SLR which remains the must for professional or portrait photography. And while only the most expensive smartphones had