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iPhone or Android? These smartphones have the best camera

iPhone and Android manufacturers both produce great cameras. Still, only one can be the winner.

These days, the camera is one of the most important things people look for when choosing a new smartphone. Modern smartphone cameras have become enormously powerful, sometimes even better than regular digital cameras. Whether you’re on team iPhone or Android.

We sought out the absolute best for you. And we’ve got a winner for you, too. Is it an iPhone or an Android device after all?

The best cameras on iPhone and Android devices

A good camera allows you to relive old memories. There are plenty of smartphones that make this possible. Here come the top ones from iPhone and Android.

#1 iPhone 15 Pro Max: the best camera of the moment

The iPhone 15 Pro Max not only has an improved zoom lens, but also shoots fantastic Smart HDR, portrait and night photos. As a result, it outperforms Samsung’s best camera phone in these areas.

The iPhone 15 Pro Max not only has a better zoom lens, but also a special layer on the wide lens that reduces glare. In addition, it takes great videos. This makes it a top choice for people who want the best iPhone camera.

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#2 Samsung Galaxy S24 Ultra: the best Android camera

If you’ve used a Galaxy S Ultra before, you know what to expect from the Galaxy S24 Ultra. The camera has remained almost the same, but with larger pixels for brighter colors.

One major change is that the 10MP sensor has been replaced with a 50MP sensor, which allows for more detail when zooming in. We also love Android’s AI tools, such as adjusting the size and position of subjects in a photo using AI.

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#3 iPhone 15: premium features at a slightly lower price

The iPhone 15 now has the 48MP main camera previously found only on the iPhone 14 Pro series. This not only means more detailed photos, but also better lighting and color.

You also get the same software improvements as the iPhone 15 Pro Max, such as better Smart HDR, portrait mode and night vision. Best of all, the iPhone 15 is about $400 cheaper than the Pro Max. So you have premium camera features for a lower price.

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#4 Google Pixel 8 Pro: the runner-up after the iPhone 15 Pro Max

Google’s latest flagship model hardly undercuts the iPhone 15 Pro Max. This Android smartphone surpasses its predecessor in many ways and also takes a look at the future with AI.

The Pixel 8 Pro has Pro Controls for the first time, giving users more control over settings such as ISO, shutter speed, color temperature, and focus. All typical features for professional photographers.

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#5 iPhone 15 Pro: an impressive mid-range iPhone

If you choose the iPhone 15 Pro instead of the iPhone 15 Pro Max, you do miss out on the longer zoom of the redesigned telephoto lens. But you’ll also save 200 euros. And let’s face it, the 3 times optical zoom on the iPhone 15 Pro is pretty impressive, too.

All the other top features of the iPhone 15 Pro Max are also present on the regular Pro. You still get the ability to take portrait photos without entering portrait mode, and the Photonic Engine provides sharper night photos.

Battery life is even better on this compact model, meaning you can shoot and film longer with this phone.

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#6 OnePlus 12: a good and affordable Android option

The days when the camera was the weak spot for OnePlus devices are well and truly over. All thanks to the OnePlus 12, which takes photos that can match Samsung and iPhone snapshots.

The biggest upgrade this year is the telephoto lens, which not only now has a 64MP sensor, but also improves the optical zoom to 3 times. That means sharper and more detailed zoom photos.

The OnePlus 12The 12 as a flagship. (Image: OnePlus)

At times, the OnePlus 12 still has some trouble with lighting in low-light situations. Still, the Android smartphone is a good and affordable option for a flagship model with a good camera.

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