The war of the best Android device is one that won’t be ending any time soon, especially when the digital population’s demands and needs keep on evolving. As two of the biggest players in the market, Huawei and Samsung continue to battle it out as they release new or better versions of smartphones, tablets, and phablets. Two of the anticipated models were the Huawei Nexus 6P and Samsung Galaxy J7. So, who wins this battle for the better smartphone? Well, it would have to depend on your preferences, requirements, and uses for your mobile device.
The camera of a phone or tablet is one of the features that users are very particular about today. Can the Galaxy J7 boast of having a better one than Nexus 6P? Here are what some users think about the camera performance of each phone.
Huawei Nexus 6P
The Nexus 6P has a 12.3-megapixel (MP) sensor which has been reported to do an impressive job in low light compared to many other cameras. In fact, many users have praised the fairly good image quality the 6P is able to capture even if it doesn’t have optical image stabilization. Some have even commented that it has the best camera quality among Huawei smartphone models. It also got plus points for accessibility, since you can launch the camera by double-pressing the lock key. However, some users have expressed that the bulge of the camera in the rear has ruined the overall phone design. Others have also commented that the native camera has fewer options and controls than other smartphones. Its software features include Face Detection, Geo Tagging, and Dual Shot.
Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016)
The Samsung Galaxy J7 has a 5MP front camera and a 13MP rear camera with LED flash. Some of the positive reviews were that the camera app is easy to use and there are various modes for a more enhanced photography experience. Face Detection and Geo Tagging are also present in its software features. Also, the front camera can take good, crisp images even in low lighting in some instances, thanks to the front-facing flash. The rear camera is reported to take clear shots, but color reproduction is said to vary dramatically and some fine details in the photo are sometimes lost.
Well, it seems like this battle is a close one. If you want to know how the Huawei Nexus 6P and Samsung Galaxy J7 (2016) compare, it would be best to consider all the other features of both phones for a fairer comparison.