The primary camera features a 13-megapixel image sensor with a F2.0 aperture to cover wider angles. An LED flash aides in taking pictures in low light environments. The camera app offers all of the basic options arranged neatly. For those of you who struggle to frame a subject, the app offers a grid and spatial levelling overlay, which helps in taking a perfect shot. While the app shoots in auto by default, users can opt for a Pro mode to play around with the Exposure, ISO levels, Shutter Speed, Manual Focus, and White Balance. Other modes are HDR, Night, and Panorama.
Most of the time, the camera captured images with good amount of details and decent colours. The images tend to be a little on the warmer side, and also show a good amount of noise when zoomed in. The phone doesn’t offer a great dynamic range to experiment with the shadows, and images often appears a bit out of focus with close-up shots.
Furthermore, you can’t choose from different resolutions, so one is limited to selecting from either 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratio. Although, the images are good to be put up on social media platforms, finicky shutterbugs may not be impressed. The camera app records videos in 1080p resolution at 30fps. There is also an option to choose between Fast Motion and Slow Motion videos. You can play around with these settings to get the desired output, especially while taking pictures of toddlers or pets.
Overall, imaging on this camera manages to pass just the bare minimum, which means it would work fine with ample daylight and struggle under low-light conditions. Check out the images samples below.