The camera is one of the big selling points on today’s smartphone. Many smartphones are now comes with a decent camera along with a variety of features such as HDR, optical image stabilization (OIS), PIP, Lowlight shot and more. However, even if your smartphone has a high-resolution camera (5 MP – 20MP), it does not mean that it can produce high-quality images that are sharp and vibrant.

If you are planning to buy a new smartphone and the main reason behind it is for getting a better mobile-camera quality, here is how to evaluate a phone’s camera performance (image and video quality) online. You can evaluate most of the popular smartphones (Android, iOS, Windows Phone and BlackBerry) available today.



The camera “Compare Tool” from GSMArena allows anyone to evaluate a phone’s camera performance in terms of resolved detail, colors, noise, image processing and lens defects (such as pincushion distortion, vignetting or pink spots).

This professional tool provides multiple charts and settings to get the best evaluation. The charts are high quality and can (in theory) be used to test cameras up to 30 megapixels.

Head over to this page to get started with camera compare tool.

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