Primary Rear camera Megapixel count
Rear Aperture Size
Primary Rear camera aperture. The aperture stop of a photographic lens can be adjusted to control the amount of light reaching the film or image sensor.
Rear Focal Length
Primary rear camera focal length
Rear Pixel size
Primary rear camera individual pixel size
Rear Sensor size
Rear camera's physical sensor size
1920 x 1080 pixels @ 30 fps
Rear camera maximum video recording resolution. This let's one know the highest resolution they can shoot in and will be in the order of 1080x1920 @ 30fps/60fps, or 4K @30fps/60fps and can be lower too depending on the smartphone.
Availability of Electronic or Optical Stabilisation. To make the video shake free, the camera has to support any one kind of stabilisation. OIS or Optical Image Stabilisation is facilitated by a movable camera module that compensated for your shakes. EIS or Electronic Image Stabilisation is where in post processing the video is slightly cropped in and stabilised.
Technology used to facilitate AutoFocus. AutoFocus is one of the most useful features in a smartphone camera and can be facilitated using a few different methods including Phase Detection Auto Focus, Laser Auto Focus etc.
Availability of flash at the rear. The flash makes sure that you can take low light shots.
Primary front camera megapixel count.
Front Aperture Size
Primary front camera Aperture. The aperture stop of a photographic lens can be adjusted to control the amount of light reaching the film or image sensor.
1280 x 720 pixels @ 30 fps
Front camera maximum video recording resolution.This let's one know the highest resolution they can shoot in and will be in the order of 720x1280 @ 30fps, or 1080x1920 @30fps/60fps and can be lower too depending on the smartphone.
Sony IMX145 Exmor RS, CMOS (complementary metal-oxide semiconductor), Autofocus, Digital zoom, Digital image stabilization, Geotagging, Panorama, HDR, Touch focus, Face detection
Special features in the camera