The week-long IFA 2017 event in Berlin, Germany has gathered the biggest electronics company from around the globe to showcase their best gadgets. In the smartphone landscape, several handsets have already been revealed and they are all impressive.
But judging by their camera, three handsets from different companies have so far stood out. Here are the best smartphones with killer camera announced at IFA 2017:
We've heard a lot about LG V30 even before the IFA launch. Now that it's out in the open, LG seems to hell-bent to redeem itself from the run-of-the-mill LG G6 debut in February.
LG V30 sports a 6-inch OLED display. Its dual-camera setup shows off the phone as a promising device. The 16-megapixel primary lens is capable to deliver up to f/1.6 aperture, while the 13-megapixel wide-angle lens can capture up to 120-degree angle view.
Not to mention, the smartphone secures IP68 rating in water and dust resistance, which means it's on fair ground with Samsung's high-end phones and better than Apple's.
Sony Xperia XZ1
Aesthetics? Nothing's new for Sony Electronics Inc as it has always delivered sleek, premium and impressive designs for its smartphones. With Sony Xperia XZ1, the tech giant aims to outperform Samsung and Apple.
Sony's new flagship smartphone boasts its own Motion Eye Camera, which was first seen in Xperia XZ Premium. Its 19-megapixel main camera's Predictive Capture enables it to shoot a few seconds before hitting the shutter button.
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On top of its 4K video, the camera can record super slow motion 720p video at 960 frames per second. Its front shooter has a 13-megapixel sensor.
Motorola Moto X4
Moto X4 does not have a camera that's as powerful as the aforementioned. But as a mid-tier smartphone, Motorola did a great job with this phone not just in terms of camera but on many levels.
At the back are two cameras. The 12-megapixel one is capable of shooting as wide as f/2.0 aperture, while the 8-megapixel one has a wide-angle lens capable of getting up to 120-degree field of view.
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