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8 Low Cost Smartphones that have two rear cameras

8 Low Cost Smartphones that have two rear cameras

In the world of smartphones, many new experiments are being seen in today’s date. Last year when the iPhone 7 Plus was launched by Apple, it was clear that in the coming days, we will have to see two more rear camera phones. But no one thought that this unique feature would be part of the budget range. It is possible now with Android smartphone maker companies. At the beginning, two rear camera features are limited to the expensive Android smartphone. But in recent times, it has become common in handsets of Rs 10,000-15,000.

Beginning with Honor 6X and Coolpad Cool 1 Dual and Lenovo Fab 2 Plus handset. Recently launched Lenovo’s 8 note with this feature. At the same time, Micromax has made this race, even more, fun by launching the Micromax Evoque dual note for just Rs 9,999. We have prepared a list of affordable handsets for the convenience of our readers who come with two rear cameras. The funny thing is that TheFabWeb has reviewed many of these smartphones.

Lenovo K8 Note

Lenovo K8 Note starts at Rs 12,999. There will be a variant of 3 GB RAM in this price. It has a 4 GB RAM of Rs 13,999, which we have reviewed. Lenovo has given a 13-megapixel primary camera on the back. It has a 5-megapixel depth sensor, for the Bokeh effect. During the review, we found the Lenovo K8 Note camera app very simple. You will not have many options to customize. Users can choose one of the Normal Mode or Depth of Enabled mode. Photographs taken in Normal mode came with details. These pictures were natural colors with little noses. The camera quickly locks focus on the subject. Landscape and macros shot too well In our view, compared to the other smartphones in this category, its camera had more detail in the pictures taken in the outdoors.

Lenovo K8 Plus

Lenovo’s K-8 series this time two smartphones with two rear cameras were introduced. Apart from Lenovo’s 8 notes, Lenovo’s 8 Plus also comes with this feature. Lenovo K8 Plus will get you Rs 10,999 The back side of the handset will have 13 megapixels and two 5 megapixel sensors. When switching on the depth mode, the second sensor is used to calculate the distance between the subject and the background. Aperture can also be adjusted in real time. The phone is made of metal body and dual cameras and fingerprint sensors are provided at the rear. For the better selfie, the smartphone uses aperture F / 2.0, 84-degree wide angle lens and 8 megapixel front camera with a ‘party’ flash is also.

Honor 6X

Honor 6X is a trusted smartphone in this pricing. The metal body gives a good feeling in the hands. The phone is also good at appearing. The Kirin 655 chipset is not as fast as the Snapdragon 625 of Redmi Note 4, but it easily handles much of the game and app.

The most important feature of Honor 6X is the dual camera setup. The second sensor captures depth information. By the way, during the review we found that the dual camera setup is just a splash. We were hoping for a better performance in low light. The battery is so powerful that it will last for a day.

Coolpad Cool 1 Dual

Two 13 megapixel rear cameras have been provided in Cool 1 Dual. One of these is

Two 13 megapixel rear cameras have been provided in Cool 1 Dual. One of these is color sensor and the other is used for monochrome data. When used together, you can expect better image quality and low light photos with low light. But during the use this pair of camera did not give the desired results every time. Nights are seen in low-light photographs, and generally the detection is also very low. Colors got better on the night mode switch, but not too much. In the light of day we often complained of excess exposure in landscape and close up shots. Colors were good, but the subjects were not sharp.

Lenovo Phab 2 Plus

Lenovo launched Phab 2 Plus smartphone in November last year. The biggest feature of this phone is the dual rear camera setup given in this phone.

Lenovo Phab 2 Plus (review) has a 13-megapixel camera sensor that comes with laser autofocus and phase detection autofocus. The secondary camera is used for the depth, but we did not find that there was a difference in the quality of the pictures. We tried to take clear and clear pictures with the help of both lenses, but we did not show any difference. We advise you to use the HDR mode for landscape photos in daylight. And without it the photos look quite a lot. Photos from fab 2 plus get good detection in objects located away in the photos, but macro shots are good enough.

Coolpad Cool Play 6

Coolpad launched its two-rear camera smartphone Cool Play 6 in India on Sunday. Coolpad Cool Play 6 costs Rs 14,999. It costs more than the rest of the phone but you get 6 GB RAM with two rear cameras. Coolpad Cool Play 6 has 13 megapixel rear sensors on the rear, which

Coolpad launched its two-rear camera smartphone Cool Play 6 in India on Sunday. Coolpad Cool Play 6 costs Rs 14,999. It costs more than the rest of the phone but you get 6 GB RAM with two rear cameras. Coolpad Cool Play 6 has 13 megapixel rear sensors on the rear, which

Coolpad launched its two-rear camera smartphone Cool Play 6 in India on Sunday. Coolpad Cool Play 6 costs Rs 14,999. It costs more than the rest of the phone but you get 6 GB RAM with two rear cameras. Coolpad Cool Play 6 has 13 megapixel rear sensors on the rear, which come with aperture F / 2.0, dual-tone, dual-LED flash. And videos of HDR and 4 support. The front of the phone has an 8-megapixel sensor with aperture F / 2.2.

Micromax Evok dual note

Micromax launched the Evok Dual Note smartphone last week. The key feature of this handset is the two rear cameras equipped with Sony sensor. Micromax Evok Dual Note will start from Rs 9,999 in India. It has two RAM variants – 3 GB and 4 GB RAM. Dual rear camera setup comes with 13 megapixels and 5-megapixel sensors. One of these is the Sony IMX 258 sensor. It also has a dual-tone LED flash. Micromax Ivok Dual Note has a 5-megapixel front camera. It is equipped with soft selfie flash, 78.4 wide angle lens and F / 2.0 aperture.

LG X Cam

LG X Cam is also available in less than Rs 15,000. It has a 5.2-inch full-HD in-cell display, 1.14 GHz octa-core processor, 2 GB RAM and 16 GB inbuilt storage. There are 13 megapixels and 5 megapixel rear cameras present in the handset. Its front camera sensor is 8 megapixels. Keep in mind that we have not reviewed this smartphone, so we can not tell anything about the performance of this phone.

Jaspal
A tech blogger from India who loves to write about new gadgets and technology

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