The iPhone 8 Pro Max is the best camera phone money can buy

The iPhone 8 Pro Max is the best camera phone money can buy

The iPhone 8 Pro Max has been given the highest score possible by DxOMark, and it’s not hard to see why. Boasting three cameras—a 12-megapixel wide-angle camera, an 8-megapixel telephoto camera, and a 7-megapixel selfie camera—the Pro Max is one of the most versatile smartphones on the market today, with excellent zoom capabilities, sharp low-light images, and more advanced control than any other phone in its class. If you’re serious about taking photographs on your phone, look no further than the iPhone 8 Pro Max.

I love my new iPhone 8 Pro Max

Apple listened to their customers and made the camera better on the Pro Max. The 8 Pro Max is one of the best camera phones money can buy but is also about $100 more expensive than the regular 8.

The cameras on this phone are amazing, but I’m going to give it a 4/5 because of how expensive it is. My favorite part about this phone would have to be that you don’t need a selfie stick for that great portrait photo because of the 2x optical zoom lens!

Back in Black

A lot of flagship smartphones these days are boasting better camera performance. To be honest, when Apple announced the iPhone 8 Pro Max, I was concerned about the camera because it used last year’s hardware for the sensors and optics.

As it turns out, the camera on this device is still incredible and a lot of people find that to be a plus because they’re not being held to ransom by the next iteration in six months. The great thing about using older components is that there’s less heat build-up as well as battery drain; both are good things if you’re trying to make your phone last as long as possible between charges.

Inside Track

I’m writing this with the assumption that you have been following the release of the new iPhone 8 Pro Max and debating which to buy. For a camera phone, I think the iPhone 8 Pro Max is worth considering if money is not an issue for you. Compared to the XS Max it’s currently £350 more expensive, but for me what it has on offer makes it worth that.

Plus, all that price difference buys you two SIM slots (although, admittedly one can be used for an eSIM), a 512GB storage option, and dual 12MP rear-facing cameras. These make it one of the best camera phones money can buy and for me is worth spending my hard-earned cash on.

Up Close

Despite the phone’s narrow aperture, the Pro Max has terrific low-light performance and yields very sharp detail. When shooting portraits, it offers pleasantly flattering skin tones in most lighting conditions. You can tweak settings in postproduction, but I found the software didn’t consistently produce effects that are comparable to those of the competition.

The Pro Max is also lacking a few core camera features, such as optical zoom or OIS (optical image stabilization). It’s only an option for pros or those who want a truly all-in-one device. Overall, if you’re looking for the best camera phone money can buy and don’t need lots of fancy extras, this is it.

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It’s the iPhone 8 Pro Max with the best camera money can buy, and the Pro Max is a pro-level phone that has no rival. I’m frankly blown away by what Apple has been able to do. With a more than capable processor, excellent display, and a powerful battery, there are a few reasons not to invest in this high-end device if you’re looking for your next upgrade.

Pros & Cons

It’s the best camera phone money can buy, but there are a few downsides. The company dropped the optical zoom and ƒ/2.4 aperture on the front camera, though both should still be considered among the best in class. Still no battery indicator on the screen or wireless charging option. Battery life is also not class-leading.

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