Best Verizon Camera Phones 2014
The best camera phones from Verizon that we've chosen for 2014 are those which feature high-resolution cameras (usually at least 8MP or higher) and additional camera functions like LED flash, powerful digital zoom, and built-in photo enhancement and editing tools.
A good model will set you back several hundred dollars because they tend to belong to the upper-mid and high-end price range of smartphones offered by different manufacturers. But if you consider taking good-quality pictures with your phone a necessity, you can take a look at the following list of Phonerated's current top picks.
#1. The 5s, By Apple
The iPhone 5s brings its slew of innovations with a new kind of home button that includes a finger identity sensor and touch sensitivity, a better low-light camera (8 megapixels) and the capacity to display multiple languages and characters simultaneously...What We Like:
- The 64-bit A7 CPU should prove a great improvement.
- The new home button certainly sounds innovative
- We can only applaud to more low-light photography ability
* The similar iPhone 5c is also a possibility.More:
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#2. The Moto X, By Motorola
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#3. The Galaxy Note 3, By Samsung
The newest Galaxy Note wins 0.2 inches of display size but loses weight, going from 180 to 168 grams...What We Like:
- A 13-megapixel camera fits our expectations for a 2013/2014 phablet
- A larger display in a more lightweight package sounds irresistible
- The quad-core 2.3 Ghz CPU looks like it speaks performance
#4. The Galaxy S5, By Samsung
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)...What We Like:
- The 16-megapixel camera (with apparently fast auto-focus) is nothing to spit at
- The Ultra power-saving mode could be interesting
#5. The G2, By LG
Packed with a slew of innovations here and there, the LG G2 starts with a 13-megapixel camera (with various functions, such as voice capture) and a video recorder capable of up to 60 frames per second...What We Like:
- 60 frames per second videos will be smooth -- but isn´t it just too much?
- The 13-megapixel with its various add-on functions
- The backside buttons actually seem to make one-handed operation easier
#6. The Droid Maxx, By Motorola
The big brother among Motorola´s Droid trio released on June 2013, the Droid Maxx is pretty much a twin phone of the Droid Ultra with several refinements...What We Like:
- The 3500mAh battery with which we may see it outdistance other phones in terms of usage and stand-by time
- The wireless charging pad, which eliminates the need for power cords and gives a classy feel
#7. The Lumia Icon, By Nokia
This 5-inch 2.2GHz quad-core Windows Phone 8 phablet is saddled with an iconic name - and some seemingly fancy technology to go with it...What We Like:
- The 20-megapixel PureView camera with six Carl Zeiss lenses
- The 5-inch full HD 441ppi ClearBlack AMOLED display
- The four digital microphones for directional stereo recording have captured our attention
#8. The Lumia 928, By Nokia
Nokia packed the Lumia 928 with a lot of the bells and whistles found in its other babies: (8-megapixel) PureView technology, (4.5-inch) ClearBlack AMOLED screen, super sensitive touch screen, and high dynamics recording...What We Like:
- The claimed distortion-free sound recording quality !]
- The claimed distortion-free sound recording quality [!The juiced-up camera seems filled with bright promises
- The juiced-up camera seems filled with bright promises
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