Top 3 Android Mobile Phones with the Finest Camera

Posted by Admin | Monday, September 05, 2011 | , | 1 comments »

Certainly indeed, from the smartphones of today people tend to obtain a multitude of functions. One of these purposes of owning a smartphone actually includes taking pictures and therefore having an Android phone without a camera would certainly not be ideal.

Since selecting a device such as an Android smartphone is not always really easy, specifically those with an appropriate camera, here we have listed the best Android phones with awesome cameras which would certainly allow you to take pictures of the finest quality.

The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10

It certainly took time for this smartphone to become familiar among the people, but when it did, it indeed took them by storm and created quite a buzz in the smartphone market. With its 8 megapixel camera, this certainly makes this Android model quite a fantastic one. This specification is in fact the eighth highest camera spec within the variety of Android smartphones. For those actually looking for an Android phone with a really excellent camera and available at an affordable price, this would certainly the ideal choice. Sony Ericsson Xperia X10Android 1.6 (Donut) is the operating system that powers the smartphone along with quite a lot of software and applications, many of which would prove helpful in picture uploading and editing.

The Nexus One

As far as the quality of the camera of this particular smartphone is concerned, quite a lot of other Android phones possess the same quality in their camera as well.

The camera present in the Nexus One is in fact 5 megapixels which is able to take quite stable pictures and the picture quality would be quite notable as well.Google Nexus OneWhat sets apart the Nexus One from various other smartphone is the fact that it is quite a powerful smartphone in comparison with all the others. Again, this Android phone and its software would be capable enough for you to upload and edit pictures according to your requirements. This camera quality has in fact been well liked by people and has been preferred by a lot.

The Motorola Droid

The Motorola Droid has indeed been a smartphone that has immensely been hyped by quite a lot of people and has quite many distinctive features packed within it.

Just as much popularity has been received by the overall design of the phone, similarly the camera is also being quite highly famed as well. Motorola DroidThe 5 megapixel camera of this smartphone even has an LED flash which quite a distinct feature which the above Android phones seemed to lack, while it also possesses a 4X digital zoom features as well. Photos can easily be uploaded through the software with the OS of this Android phone and the picture editing apps seem to be rather more enhanced.

In any case, the cameras of these Android phones are indeed the finest with the The Sony Ericsson Xperia X10 having the most powerful camera among them all. Yet, the other two Android phones also have competent cameras and you could go for any one of these three depending on the features you want and what you can pay.

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  1. Anonymous // November 29, 2011 at 5:36 PM  

    I have a Milestone (Droid) and the camera really isn't very good. It's acceptable and not bad compared to phones of 5 years ago but I'd never rank it highly on picture quality.

    If you do some googling it's quite well documented that there's too much noise in good lighting.

    The dual LED makes it acceptable in low-light but far from brilliant. My mate had one of the newer Nokia's, wasn't a great phone but the camera was a hundred times better in low light than the Milestone's, with or without flash. Also my Blackberry Bold's single LED is much more powerful than the Milestone's dual.

    I've never looked into the other 2 phones listed here but doesn't give me much confidence if the Droid is listed highly. I like the phone and the camera's acceptable but if image quality is important to you (especially in low light) then don't get that phone.

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