This year we started producing Real Camera Reviews. Today it’s not uncommon that the only camera a person might own is the one bolted to the back of their phone. As such, we’re trying to treat smartphone camera reviews the same way we might try to examine all of the pros and cons of a standalone camera.

We’ve tackled some of the best shooters released this year. We’re about to see another batch of smartphones released in the second half of 2016. Before we get to reviewing Notes and iPhones, let’s take a quick look at some of the phones we’ve run through the most brutal camera review process available online.

How do these five compare? The HTC 10 is a back to basics approach to building a flagship. The LG G5 delivers a dual sensor system built on a fun wide angle feature, while the Huawei P9 packs two sensors to double your light. The OnePlus 3 is aiming to be the bang for buck champ, while Samsung just wants to be the champ at any price?

Which camera is the right fit for you? Let’s see which smartphone has the right balance of pros and cons to get you to part with your cash.

HTC 10 Real Camera Review
LG G5 Real Camera Review
Galaxy S7 Real Camera Review
OnePlus 3 Real Camera Review
Huawei P9 Real Camera Review

 

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