Which smartphones have the best cameras?

The top 5 smartphones for taking photos

Advancements in smartphone cameras have been a key way manufacturers set themselves apart from the pact. Customers benefit from this competition because they no longer have to spend on a separate camera and lug around a second device. Below are the top 5 smartphone cameras.

Lumia 1020

1. Nokia Lumia 1020 Windows Phone

Provided you can live with a thick design and a limited app ecosystem, Nokia's Lumia 1020 will give you a truly superb camera that takes outstanding photos, offering the best imaging experience you'll ever get on a smartphone. This is ...
Review Date: 10th Sept., 2013
RRP: $ 899.00
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iPhone 5s

2. Apple iPhone 5s review

Apple's iPhone 5s has a small screen by 2013 standards and is unlikely to attract users switching from large screen Android devices, but it remains the best smartphone Apple has ever released. The useful fingerprint sensor, a faster processor and ...
Review Date: 27th Sept., 2013
RRP: $ 869.00
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Galaxy S5

3. Samsung Galaxy S5 review

Samsung's new flagship just bristles with features. Some are undeniably innovative and useful - like the waterproofing and the camera - but the entire smartphone is let down by one of the heaviest, ugliest and most annoying Android overlays yet.
Review Date: 15th April, 2014
RRP: $ 929.00
Xperia Z1 Compact

4. Sony Xperia Z1 Compact

Sony has achieved something special with the Xperia Z1 Compact. The company has created an excellent phone — first. Then its added wonderful features to it, like the high resolution camera, exquisite display and its I’m-not-scared-of-water attitude. By no means ...
Review Date: 19th March, 2014
RRP: $ 552.00
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One (M8)

5. HTC One (M8) Android smartphone review

HTC has managed to put together one of the best smartphones. Forget the DuoCamera gimmick, because the One M8 boils down to the basics — the screen, the speakers, the processor, the software — and HTC has laboured extensively to ...
Review Date: 1st April, 2014
RRP: $ 899.00
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