Camera quality is a big talking point when any new phone comes out. We're eager to see how its photos look, how crispy the video is, and compare it to all of the competition that's out there. Something that tends to get left out of this conversation, however, is the app you interact with for said camera.
Google's Pixel phones take incredible pictures, but compared to a Samsung or LG phone, its camera app is far less feature-rich. You might prefer that simplicity, but other users would much rather have those added controls.
A few of our AC forum members recently started talking about different camera interfaces, saying:
This got us to wondering — What's your favorite camera app interface?
Nokia's. Simple. Straight forward with just the right amount of features. Best of all, courtesy of Android One, no useless bloatware.
Personally going through many different devices I really prefer Huawei's camera app. I find the pixel and Apple too simple and have limited features. Most people would have to download third-party apps to do certain things. Samsung camera app I find it a bit confusing even though it has a lot of features to it not easy to figure out especially for a regular joe. Huawei simplifies all the features and makes it easier to use with the whole AI process especially for those that are not professionals themselves.
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