The current craze for dual-camera smartphones was predictable as early as the spring of last year. At the time, only LG and Huawei had added a second lens and sensor to the rear of their phones, but it felt obvious even then that the technology was going to take over. The interesting thing I’m noticing this year is that even as dual-camera systems are becoming more numerous, the phones with the best image quality still have a conventional single camera on the back. That’s liable to change with time, but for now the second camera’s benefits seem to be coming at the cost of the best image quality.
When I say there’s a dual-camera craze, I mean it’s harder to find a 2017 flagship phone without the extra lens than with. Andy Rubin’s Essential Phone has two cameras on its rear, and so do the Asus ZenFone 3 Zoom and upcoming ZenFone 4, Huawei P10 and P10 Plus, LG G6 and V20, and the OnePlus 5 and its close cousin the Oppo R11. Motorola’s brand new Z2 Force is joining all of the above with its own dual-camera setup, and Samsung will soon be a member of the club too with its upcoming Note 8. A second camera is an easy thing to sell to people, especially after Apple embraced the idea with its iPhone 7 Plus.
But the intrigue for me lies in the absentees from the dual-camera list. Because those devices perfectly coincide with my favorite phones for mobile photography.Read More...
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