Top 10 Smart Phones With Best Dual-Rear Camera Setup [2016]

Here’s everything about the list of 10 best camera totting cell phones which actually sits on top of the arena of dual cameras segment. How they work and compete with others can be considered now.

Top 10 Smartphones with Dual Rear Cameras

Companies like Huawei to Apple, there are some of the most popular smartphones with dual rear camera systems. Dual cameras are fast becoming concern these days and manufacturers are pushing the boundaries of what a smartphone camera can do. HTC, the Taiwan-based company was first to introduce its device with two cameras at the back, later followed by the Chinese maker Xiaomi and the Cupertino-based Apple company also in the category, has launched iPhone 7 Plus with the same dual camera module.

Just after Apple introduced the iPhone 7 Plus, its first hardware in the lineup to sport dual-cameras, Huawei Mate 9 was been launched. About Huawei’s Mate 9, it actually retained the Leica-engineered dual-camera system frm the previous P9 hardware. Specifications wise, and of course the comparison between all the ten dual-cameras sporting smartphones can be checked out right now.

Smartphones with dual rear cameras offer the best in image quality in the market. make yourself free to read the features and how they work in particular which has been briefed in a better way.

Top 10 Best Phones With Dual Rear Cameras

Huawei Mate 9

Specifically promoted as the Samsung Galaxy Note 7 alternative, which is the company’s latest smartphone boasting a Leica-engineered dual-camera setup at the back, that includes a pair of 12MP and 20-mmegapxel sensors. While the RGB color sensor and the Monochrome sensor work together with dual-core ISP. Depth measurement ISP and professional DSP for photos shows up great details, colors and sharpness, even in low light.


The dual rear camera on the back of Mate 9 also features contrast focus, hybrid auto-focus, laser AF and depth focus etc., which also adds DSLR-like blur effects and you will find an optical image stabilization (OIS) support and offer 4K video recording capabilities by its best.

About Huawei Mate 9.

Hauwei P9

Was the first and foremost hardware from Huawei to come with a dual-camera setup, co-developed with Leica. The overall functionality remains the same, unlike Mate 9, the Huawei P9 also came with a pair of 12MP snappers. The setup includes a RGB color sensor and a Monochrome sensor to capture the color information and light. One important feature missing inside the P9 would be the support for OIS, which is by means present and offered with the new Mate 9.



Honor 8

Launched recently into the Indian market, the Honor 8 features a set of two 12-megapixel cameras with RGB sensor to capture rich colors. There’s still a monochrome sensor that shoots more light with increased sharpness. Both cameras help to capture crisper and detailed photos. With dual-tone LED flash, hybrid AF, and laser autofocus for short range and depth autofocus for long range, the Honor 8 is capable to capture gorgeous images and with the full control over professional mode and options like shutter sped, exposure compensation and others, the smartphone is one of the best rear-facing dual camera phone. There is a wide aperture mode that enables user to blur background to add rich DSLR-like blur effects, which is also equipped inside the iPhone 7 Plus “Portrait mode”.


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Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus

Dual camera setup on the Apple’s Plus series smartrphone includes a duo of 12-megapixel sensors — one is a 28mm wide-angle lens that is that found inside the iPhone 7 single-rear camera model. The other is a 56mm telephoto lens, the iPhone 7 Plus camera is also capable of shooting photos with up to 2x optical zoom and up to 10x digital zoom. Recently with the version of iOS 10.1.1, the Portrait mode for iPhone 7 Plus was activated, which allows users click portrait shots with bokeh effect in real-time. Using machine learning and one best feature called ‘Depth,’ the iPhone 7 Plus camera is capable to recognize a person’s face, do a depth-map of their position, and even blur the background to create a DSLR-like portrait shot with bokeh effect.


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The smartphone that was launched by LG, the G5 phone includes a 16-megapixel snapper with 78-degrees wide-angle lens, and an 8MP snapper with a 135-degrees lens. The main camera is the primary option, but the 135-degrees 8-megapixel sensor kicks in when you zoo out to capture a very wide photo with a slight fish-eye effect. For more information you can proceed from here.

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Xiaomi Redmi Pro

Employs a dual-camera partition with a primary 13MP sensor and a secondary 5MP camera setup. The major camera is tasked with clicking the photo, whereas the second camera sensor of 5-megapixel calculates the depth. For Xiaomi, with the launch of Redmi Pro, aims to achieve real-time hardware-level bokeh effects in photos, which is close to what you get when using a DSLR initiative.


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Xiaomi Mi 5s Plus

Yet another model from the Chinese maker, Xiaomi. Unlike the Redmi Pro, the Mi 5s Plus comes with a 13-megapixel camera at the back offering Sony’s IMX258 sensors. One of those camera capture color images, while the other capture only black and white images. Neverthless, you can even choose to capture pure black or white images, and color images as well, or even choose the stereo mode, where the camera combines the output of both sensors to enhance the final color photographs.


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Reliance Digital LYF Earth 1

Introduced in India back in February this year, and is available for purchase at Rs 19,399 respectively. On its back, it is equipped with a 13MP autofocus sensor which clicks photos in color, while the 2MP fixed-focus sensor shoots photos in monochrome. While the two photos are then be blended to offer photos rich in color and details. Cameras on the Digital LYF Earth 1 comes featuring HDR, ChromeFlash, Re-Focus, Fast Fcus, Foregrounder, Otptizoom etc. letting you change the focus points after having clicked the photo.


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Xolo Black

Smartphone with more affordable price tag that too features a dual camera setup. Includes a 13-megapixel and a 2-megapixel camera sensors, which offers ultra quick auto-focus and depth-mapping, claimed to be 0.15 seconds. The Xolo Black cameras also comes with features such as UbiFocus that allows user change the focus point after the photo was taken. ChromeFlash for natural looking colors, and the OptiZoom for enhanced digital zoom using image processing.


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HTC One (M8)

This one is amongst the first HTC smartphone to offer a dual-camera setup at the back. called ‘Duo Camera,’ included a 4-UltraPixel primary sensor with dual-LED flash and another module, which works as a depth camera sensor. Essentially measured the distance between objects/subjects in the frame and later allows users to change the focus in the photo.


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