In recent years we have seen how smartphone companies have taken giant steps with cameras. We rely increasingly on our devices to take pictures, not only to capture the moments of our daily lives, but also to remember trips, important events and so on. It often happens, however, that on cheaper devices the camera represents one of the weaknesses Most common.
Oukitel has decided to post a video on YouTube which shows the performance offered by the camera of his U7 Plus comparing them with those of the cameras of the Bluboo Maya and dell 'HomTom HT17 Pro. To take the best pictures, the rear sensor must have a correct ratio between the number of pixels, focal aperture, exposure and so on.
Oukitel U7 Plus, Bluboo Maya or HomTom HT17 Pro?
To find out if a device takes better pictures than another, you have to make a comparison. In this case, Oukitel has decided to make a video that shows some shots and a video captured by the three devices, or theOukitel U7 Plus, Bluboo Maya el 'HomTom HT17 Pro.
All three smartphones have a similar price and the same number of pixels on the back camera. THE'Oukitel U7 Plus, Bluboo Maya el 'Homtel HT17 Proin fact, they are characterized by a main camera from 13 mega-pixel, but the photos, videos and selfies turned out to be qualitatively very different.
From the photos proposed by the company, it seems that theU7 Plus offer a definition, color tones and a level of detail better than the other two devices.
Of course, we can not give an objective judgment on this comparison between the 3 phones, as not by ourselves but by the manufacturing company, but it is still possible to get an idea of the potential of the sensors of these devices by taking a look at the video below.
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