Top 5 Best Samsung Camera phones 2014
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This is a list of the best Samsung camera phones.
To be included in the best Samsung camera phones, a mobile phone must have:
- ...received one of the highest average review star rating
- ...minimal specs requirements: high-megapixel camera, special imaging features, etc.
We believe this approach results in a list of the very best Samsung Camera phones, based on multiple opinions, not just one.
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#1. The Samsung Galaxy K Zoom 20.7-megapixel Camera Phone
As its name suggests, the Galaxy K Zoom is one of Samsung´s camera-smartphones. It sports a 20.7-megapixel BSI camera that doubles up the resolution of average smartphones, as far as specsheets go. It also packs a Xenon flash and an onboard ISP chip, which they say facilitate better imaging compared to most other Android phones (and some digicams). Two processors (1.7GHz 2-core and 1.3GHz 4-core) also place it under the Hexa-core category - and there aren´t many of them. Pinch zoom and one-touch Quick Zoom add to its camera functions, not to mention 10x optical zoom on a relatively slim body.Camera-phone-specific specifications:
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#2. The Samsung Galaxy S5 Active 16-megapixel Camera Phone
Ruggedization meets the fifth-gen flagship smartphone from Samsung and gives us the Galaxy S5 Active. As their product naming suggests, its MIL-STD-810G certified casing and Corning Gorilla Glass 3 is an attempt to cater to different outdoor activities. It also has a feature that automatically launches all adventure-related apps such as maps and compasses onto the screen, which could take some pounds off your backpack. It still runs the same set of features that made the S5 a flagship model, including the 2.5GHz quad-core processor, 16-megapixel camera as well as LTE connectivity.Camera-phone-related specs:
- Camera resolution: 16-megapixel
- Camera options: Auto Focus, Dual-Camera, Dual-Recording, Geo-Tagging, HD Playback: Full HD (1080p), HD Recording: Full Ultra HD (2160p), LED Flash, Online Image Uploading, Photo Editing, Sharing Capabilities: AT&T Locker, Bluetooth®, Buddy Photo Share, ChatOn, Email, Flipboard, Gmail™, Google+™, Group Play, Messaging, NFC, Picasa™, S Beam™, S Memo, Samsung Link, Share Shot, Wi-Fi Direct™, Shot Modes: Auto, Beauty Face, Shot and more, Panorama, Virtual Tour, Dual Camera, Download, Slow Motion Recording
- Camera flash: LED
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#3. The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 13-megapixel Camera Phone
The newest Galaxy Note wins 0.2 inches of display size but loses weight, going from 180 to 168 grams. It also ends up with a bigger resolution (full 1080p HD, compared to 720p for the Note 2). Even the processor gets beefed up to 2.30 Ghz (quad-core) and the camera goes from 8 megapixels to 13. It looks as though Samsung wants to get serious with the Galaxy Note and its positioning as a smartphone tablet computer combo.Camera-phone-related specs:
#4. The Samsung Galaxy S5 16-megapixel Camera Phone
The fifth generation of Samsung's flagship smartphone has a faster Quad-core processor (from 1.9 to 2.5Ghz) and a bigger camera (16 megapixels, compared to 13 for the S4). The camera also promises a faster autofocus and a high dynamic range (HDR). It also bets its future sales on LTE category 4 and an Ultra Power Saving Mode, which switches to black and white and stops unnecessary features. The four available colors are bizarre (charcoal Black, shimmery White, electric Blue and copper Gold) and rather dull, but just like that baby name your in-law chose last year, we may just get used to them.Camera-phone-specific specifications:
#5. The Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom 16-megapixel Camera Phone
Reportedly the first smartphone to have a 10x optical zoom, the Samsung Galaxy S4 Zoom (and its 16-megapixel camera) seems to want to be known as a camera that can take calls. It shoots 1080p HD videos at 30 frames per second and has a stand-by time of 330 hours. The rest of its features are mid-range: Jelly Bean 4.2 OS, 1.5 GHz dual core processor, and 4.3-inch sAMOLED display. Put plainly, it appears to be a half (high-end) camera, half (midlevel) smartphone. As if the camera grabbed all the juice...Camera-phone-specific features:
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