Phone With Best Camera 2015

List of mobile phone with best camera 2015 . These are smartphones with best imaging performance in terms of picture quality and video quality. The list of mobile phone with best camerais based on dxomark in-depth reviews of the camera performance of smartphones available in the world. Each of the recommended smartphones in this list offer excellent imaging (camera) performance and are recommended for buyers looking for a smartphone that has a lot of focus on picture and video quality of the built-in camera.

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge

DxOMark Score: 86

Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge becomes the new top-ranked device in our dxomark database. In fact, Samsung now occupies the top two spots for Mobile image quality with the Galaxy Note 4 also posting impressive results.


Samsung Note 4

DxOMark Score: 83

Samsung Note 4 Released back in September, 2014. Galaxy Note 4 is Samsung’s Mobile/Tablet hybrid for consumers who can’t decide between the two.  Physically bigger and with a larger screen than the S6 Edge, the Galaxy Note 4 features the same 2560x1440px resolution and 16Mp rear camera as its smartphone sibling. Notching up impressive stats in our industry-standard image quality tests, the Galaxy Note 4 a serious contender for mobile shooters.

Moto X Style

DxOMark Score: 83

Adopting a vividly detailed 5.7-inch Quad HD (1440 pixel) screen together with stereo sound, the water repellent Android based and high-customizable Moto X Style smartphone boasts TurboPower charging tech that’s capable of 10 -hours of battery life in just 15 mins of charging, it’s claimed.

As for imaging process, the Moto X Style offers a 21-Mpix camera with a wide-angle lens, rapid autofocus and low shutter lag, plus a color-balancing built-in flash. In our industry standard photo and video tests, consisting of real world use and stringent lab analysis, this new Moto achieves some highly competitive results, proving that there’s no distinction between style and substance.

Sony Xperia Z3+

DxOMark Score: 83

Adopting the same 5.2-inch HD (1080 x1920 pixel) screen and similar if slightly lighter and slimmer aluminum chassis, the waterproof Sony Xperia Z3+ Android-based smartphone boasts a more powerful 64-bit Octa-core Snapdragon processor and an improved front-facing camera, but the spec of the rear 20-Mpix camera looks unchanged. However, in our industry standard tests consisting of real-world use and lab tests, it notches up some impressive results, proving that you can’t judge performance from spec-sheets alone.

Apple iPhone 6 and 6 Plus

DxOMark Score: 82

Apple’s iPhone have always done well in our mobile rankings for image quality, and the new iPhone 6 and 6 Plus sound intriguing for their large size and Retina HD displays, and new 8-Mpix sensor which is optically stabilized on the 6 Plus. Read on to see how well the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus perform using our usual industry-standard tests.