The iPhone 7 Plus, being the talk of the town, is considered to be one of the fastest smartphones of all branded in 2016. The smartphone is also being praised for its camera performance, particularly for its dual 12 MP rear camera setup. While on another side of the coin there is Nokia 6. This smartphone is being the highly anticipated device by people worldwide after Nokia being freed from its contract deal with Microsoft and was then bought by HMD. But the real question arises that camera specs have what it really takes to match the iPhone 7 Plus’ cameras?
Nokia 6 vs iPhone 7 Plus Camera Review
The Apple manufactured iPhone 7 Plus is packed with a dual 12 MP rear camera along with an aperture of f/1.8, detection autofocus, a quad-LED (dual tone) flash, phase and 2x optical zoom. It is viable of shooting and recording [email protected], [email protected]/60/120fps and also [email protected]
The Nokia 6 includes a 16 MP rear camera with f/2.0 aperture, dual-LED (dual tones) flash and phase detection autofocus. It shoots [email protected]
On the front, it has a 8 MP camera along with an aperture of f/2.0. Alike the rear camera, it can shoot 1080p.
Front Camera Daylight Shots:
In this test, the Nokia 6 had greater details, but the colors were a little bit faded out and the selfie clicked was extremely bright. While the photos taken by the iPhone 7 Plus had good brightness, vibrant colors, and also comes with great detailing.
Rear Camera Daylight Shots:
Here both phone cameras had amazing details. In maximum cases, the iPhone 7 Plus’ photos were colorful and more bright, but there are times that this brightness sabotages the colors and make it look a little bit less pleasing.
Artificial Light and Low Light Conditions:
For the artificial light test, the photos taken by each smartphone had noise in it, but the iPhone 7 Plus had less comparatively. In low light conditions test, it gave same results, yet the noise was more visible.
iPhone 7 Plus clearly wins as it has a better camera performance. But for the Nokia 6, it is quite astonishing that despite being a mid-range smartphone, their camera performs well. This is really a good start from Nokia.