Best Phone Camera (UK)

Best Phone Camera (UK)

1st November 2018 £899.00 It’ll be interesting to see what Huawei does next to follow on from the P20 Pro next year, but for now at least, the Mate 20 Pro is quite probably the smartphone we’d most highly recommend for photographers. Read the Review.

26th October 2018 £899.00 The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has some very appealing camera features, and while it’s not a huge leap forward from the S9+, the extra functionality found in the S Pen make it appealing for existing Note users. The new software functionality in the native camera app is also interesting and seems to work well. Read the Review.

22nd October 2018 £999.00 If you like iPhones for iOS you’ll be extremely pleased with what the camera can produce – as it’s still very, very good... Read the Review.

25th June 2018 £400.00 These days, there’s a good smartphone available for the majority of people, no matter what their budget. The Honor 10, with it’s £399 price tag falls squarely into the “mid-range” segment of the market, but gives you a lot of value considering it’s relatively cheap. Read the Review.

21st June 2018 £469.00 At under £470, the OnePlus 6 is without doubt one of the best value phones currently available on the market. It is not the cheapest, but what you get for your money makes it a great investment. Read the Review.

21st May 2018 £869.00 The Samsung S9 Plus is one of the best smartphones currently on the market for those whose primary concern is the quality of the camera. Read the Review.

23rd April 2018 £599.00 Overall, the standard P20 is a very impressive device, and definitely worth considering if your primary concern is the quality of your phone’s onboard camera. Read the Review.

10th April 2018 £799.00 Overall, the Huawei P20 Pro is without doubt the best smartphone you can buy at the moment if your primary concern is photographic capability. It’s also just as good, if not better, than most “standard” compact cameras too - adding another nail in the coffin of the point-and-shoot market. Read the Review.

8th March 2018 £499.00 Bottom line, there is little else out there for less than £500 that betters the Honor View 10. The ‘affordable’ phone market has well and truly been shaken up. Read the Review.

5th January 2018 £850.00 Overall, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a great option for those who are interested in both a dual lens setup plus the ability to take a good degree of manual control. It also looks sleek and stylish, with a huge screen which really makes your images pop. Read the Review.

28th November 2017 £629.00 Overall, we have been very impressed with the capabilities of the camera, particularly considering it uses only one lens. Colours are nice and vibrant, without going over the top to retain a natural look. Read the Review.

8th November 2017 £999.00 Apple has always been keen to push its photographic capabilities, and of course, the iPhone X is no different. It certainly offers the best picture quality of any iPhone to date, with some key improvements made particularly to the second (telephoto) lens. Read the Review.

30th October 2017 £715.00 ...the Huawei Mate 10 Pro / Mate 10 offers a very good camera for photographers looking for a phone which offers a lot to the enthusiast. Read the Review.