The Best Camera Phones: What Phone Should You Buy?

Q: What’s the best camera?
A: The one that you have with you.

Digital cameras and SLRs are terrific when you have them with you, but with a life of 24-7 connectivity, you want a camera with you wherever you are. You probably find that more and more of your photos are taken on your mobile phone, rather than a standard camera.

Camera phones give you easy access and portability, and with the new smartphones, you also have a range of apps that will allow you to instantly edit and share your photos. Pros & Cons.

Camera Phones

All phones have cameras on them but, it has to be said, they are not all made equal so if the camera on your phone is an important feature, then you will need to do your homework to make sure that  you are not disappointed. Naturally, your budget and other necessary features need to be taken in to account.

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Samsung Galaxy S9+

The original Galaxy was a real success for Samsung (as are most of their offerings) and the Galaxy S9+ is hoping to build on that. The camera is 12 megapixels and boasts an integrated LED flash. Early reviews of this camera show disappointing shutter speeds – but the same was said of the Ace and people raved about that one! Buy yours here.

HTC U12+

HTC has recently announced that it is refusing to compromise on quality in order to bring prices down so as soon as you see the name you know that it’s not going to be the cheapest phone on the market – but you also know that you’re going to get what you pay for.

The camera on this stylish and super-slim smartphone is 8 megapixels, and it has the added luxury of featuring HTC ImageSense technology so that you will never miss a special moment. All you need to do is to tap the high resolution touchscreen to capture the most amazing photos, or to shoot HD video. If you are serious about the camera on your phone, then this one definitely deserves a second look. View more information here.

Once you have your photos or videos, it is just as easy to upload them to your favourite social networking site or to share them on the bigger screen of your TV.