Finally, it’s conclusion time and the best conclusion there is to make is that all of these smartphones can take stellar photos that will be more than good enough for your daily needs.
If we were to tally the scores for each category, the scoreboard would look like this:
Which means everyone but the iPhone 8 Plus is a winner.
Although these are flagship smartphones, they’re not all within the same ballpark when it comes to pricing. For example, the iPhone X has its prices start at RM5,149 for the 64GB variant of the smartphone. The iPhone 8 Plus, on the other hand, retails from RM4,149 (64GB). Then, you’ve got the Samsung Galaxy Note8 which has an RRP of RM3,999. Finally, you’ve got the Huawei Mate 10 Pro which is officially priced at RM3,099.
The fact that these phones’ cameras are fairly close in image quality despite the massive price differences — Huawei’s Mate 10 Pro is RM2,050 less than the iPhone X — is a really good sign for people who like taking photos with their smartphones. Not to mention, Huawei’s definitely got the best camera UI (and Pro Mode) of this lot.
What do you guys think of this camera test? Which phone do you think did best? Let us know in the comments below!