OUKITEL K6000 plus VS Xiaomi Mi5 VS iPhone 7 in Camera

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Nowadays, many people are more and more relying on mobile phone camera for taking photos. While buying a new smartphone, except for the price and design, we are considering more about the performance and battery. Among performance, camera effect is a key point. Here we have compared the camera effect for 3 smart phones: Xiaomi Mi5 with 16MP rear camera; OUKITEL K6000 Plus with 16MP rear camera and iPhone 7 with 12MP rear camera.

                                                 Camera Specs
Xiaomi Mi5 OUKITEL K6000 Plus iPhone 7
Sensor IMX298 OV16880 iSight
Pixels 16MP 16MP 12MP
Aperture F2.0 F2.0 F1.8
Focusing PDAF PDAF Focus pixels
Anti-shake 4-axis stabilization Normal anti-shake OIS

Both Xiaomi Mi5 and OUKITEL K6000 Plus gets 16MP camera with PDAF tech for rapid focus. PDAF tech has been quite mature in digital camera field, but in smartphone field, it just starts. With PDAF tech, it will finish focusing with just one calculation and reduce the calculate burden of the processor.  The other specs are all different from each other. Xiaomi Mi5 carries IMX298 sensor with F2.0 aperture, iPhone 7 takes iSight sensor with F1.8 aperture, while K6000 Plus adopts OV16880 sensor with F2.0 aperture. All the 3 devices support anti-shake. Xiaomi Mi5 developed 4-anxis stabilization tech for anti-shake. OUKITEL K6000 Plus sports normal anti-shake.

No matter what the cameras have on specs, the effect is the most important. See video below to check the display camera effect on different scenes.

OUKITEL K6000 Plus is already officially online, see more details here: http://www.oukitel.com/products/k/k6000-plus-66.html

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