Which Android phone has the best camera?

With more and more of us using our smartphones as our main camera for documenting our lives, it stands to reason that the quality of the camera is one of the main selling points for any Android phone.

Google’s Pixel range was the king of this area for years, with its computational photography smarts, but have any of the other Android manufacturers caught up?

It’s been nearly four years since the original Pixel hit the market, and that’s a long, long time for the smartphone sector.

Since then, we’ve seen 108 MP sensors added to phones, multiple camera lenses, time-of-flight sensors, and more, all vying for that top spot.

So, has anyone surpassed the Pixel?

So, which Android phone is currently the best for photography?

Short answer: Samsung Galaxy S23

Samsung Galaxy S23 Ultra


The Galaxy S23 Ultra boasts a whopping 200-megapixel main camera, as well as an impressive 100x zoom that’ll have you capturing stunning shots from miles away. 

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If we’re talking pure camera performance for photos only, the Google Pixel 7 Pro is arguably the best, claims to Digital Camera World. It’s the best camera across all the tested categories “it’s that simple.”

It’s also the best camera for video recording, and for night photography, and for zoom. Seriously, there isn’t a thing this handset can’t do well.

Then again, it doesn’t have the Google Play Store, or any Google apps, thanks to the sanctions on Huawei. Is it the best camera? Sure, but without the most useful parts of Android, is it worth buying?

Ruling that out, you’ve got a choice between the Samsung Galaxy S22 Ultra, for its wide-angle performance and otherwise quality shots, and a trio of Chinese handsets.

What do you think? Do you make smartphone purchasing decisions based on the camera? Let us know down below in the comments or carry the discussion over to our Twitter or Facebook.

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