Top 5 phones with the best camera under 20k

Since there is a high demand for inexpensive photography phones, many businesses are striving to provide the best ones, which is great news. Budget camera phones are now available with excellent low-light performance and high-resolution captures, features usually only seen on the best camera phones money can buy.

We’ve compiled 5 of the greatest affordable camera phones currently on the market if that’s what you’re looking for. Our “budget” cutoff point is Php 20,000, but we’ve included a variety of options within that price range to make sure you’re covered no matter how much money you have to spend. This list is not in any particular order.

1. TECNO Camon 19 Pro 5G

The Camon 19 5G actually features two cameras. a 16MP front-facing camera and a 64MP back camera. The camera is excellent. Due to the main sensor’s enormous size, the dynamic range is nicely matched and you get some fantastic background blur when getting close to subjects.

There is a 64MP setting if you want to use the entire pixel count of the sensor. It can take photos with higher detail because it only utilizes 16MP by default with pixel binning. The AI option essentially enhances the vibrancy of photographs. Instead of applying a general filter to the entire image, it looks for specific elements in the scene you are capturing and then enhances that area of the image.

When it comes to video, you can capture up to 2K QHD recordings with OIS, which moves the camera sensor to smooth out the effects of hand shake. The TECNO Camon 19 Pro 5G costs Php19,399

You can also check the full specs here: TECNO Camon 19 Pro 5G

2. OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G

The Nord CE 2 features a triple back camera arrangement with a 16MP selfie camera in addition to a 64MP primary camera, an 8MP ultra-wide-angle camera, and a 2MP macro camera.

The main camera performs well in good lighting but struggles in low light, therefore overall camera performance is comparable to its predecessor despite employing a newer processor. But occasionally, the primary camera has a tendency to overdo the post-processing.

The color accuracy of the ultra-wide-angle camera is consistent with that of the primary camera, despite the amount of detail it can capture being constrained by its lower resolution. On the video side of things, particularly with Super Steady Video, the Nord CE 2 offers a stabilazation feature shooting at 60FPS which gives gimble type of stabilization.  

You can also check the full specs here: OnePlus Nord CE 2 5G

3. OPPO Reno 7Z 5G

The triple back camera system on the OPPO Reno7 Z 5G has a 64MP , 2MP monochrome, 2MP depth, and LED flash.

The LED flash is across from the two protruding lenses, while the other one is flat on the left side. A rectangular, flat design with the text “AI PORTRAIT CAMERA” at the bottom houses each of them.

The stock camera app features different modes like night, video, photo, portrait, time-lapse, panoramic, sticker, slo-mo, extra HD, macro, dual-view video, expert (pro), and text scanner which gives users more options. 

OPPO Reno7 Z 5G trakes detailed and vibrant daylight photos with images looking as natural as possible. The bokeh effect is clean and separates the subject from the background nicely.

You can also check the full specs here: OPPO Reno 7Z 5G

4. Honor X9

The phone comes with a 48MP primary and two auxiliary cameras that are really only there to bump up the total camera count a 2MP macro and a 2MP depth sensor. On the front, there’s a 16MP punch-hole selfie.

The Honor X9 also provides a few new photography options. For images with a faux bokeh effect, there are two options: one simulates various aperture settings, and the other is a more traditional portrait mode.

Additionally, there is a night mode that eliminates the need for constant “sharpening” when taking regular images. A carousel of other settings also includes an HDR mode, which is a puzzling omission from Honor as it is far better for taking images than the usual camera mode.

You can also check the full specs here: Honor X9

5. vivo V25e 

The vivo V25e has a camera bump which contains the 64MP Ultra-Sensing Main Camera, 2MP Depth Camera, and 2MP Micro Camera of the V25e which also eye-catching feature in addition to the back panel.

Today’s Android handsets all have relatively similar camera app features. It makes it simpler for users to capture those jaw-dropping images with its 9 camera classic filters, 11 portrait filters, and 8 vlogging themes.

Since different shooting modes are quite an essential part of smartphone camera stock apps, the vivo V25e also has plenty of shooting modes are available such as the 64MP mode, panorama, live photo, slo-mo, timelapse, Pro mode, AR stickers, vlog movie, document scanning, double exposure, and dual view.

You can also check the full specs here: vivo V25e 


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