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BlackView 8000 Pro v ZenFone 4 Max v Alcatel A3 Plus v Redmi Note 5A Prime camera test

28 March 2018 3

It is time for a new camera test featuring the BlackView 8000 Pro, Asus ZenFone 4 Max, Alcatel A3 Plus, and Xiaomi Redmi Note 5A Prime. As you might have noticed that each of these is a budget smartphone with special focus on the camera aspect. These are said to offer your a good price-to-performance ratio which means comparatively a good camera in exchange for what you pay.

Here is a quick overview of what each of these smartphones offers in terms of specifications:

Alcatel A3 Plus BlackView 8000 Pro ZenFone 4 Max Redmi Note 5A Prime
Rear Camera 8MP 16MP 13MP + 5MP 13MP
Aperture f/2.2 f/2.0 f/2.0 + f/2.2 f/2.2
Front Camera 5MP (LED flash) 8MP 8MP (LED flash) 16MP
Aperture f/2.4 f/2.4 f/2.2 f/2.0

Each of these sample shots was captured by the participating smartphones at the same time to make sure that lighting and other factors remain the same. Another thing to keep in mind is that none of the camera settings were tweaked. It means these shots were clicked with default settings with no manual changes, not even enabling or disabling HDR mode.

So without any further ado, here are the camera samples for you.

As per the test conducted by our sister website Tudocelular, the Alcatel A3 Plus emerged to be the most preferred camera device in the comparison among readers. But what about you? Which one of the smartphones impressed you the most with its camera capabilities? Share your thoughts and views with us using the comments section below.

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BlackView 8000 Pro v ZenFone 4 Max v Alcatel A3 Plus v Redmi Note 5A Prime camera test
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