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By Ordoh. Published on Sep 29, 2014. 0
The Nokia Lumia 625 is both a user friendly and budget friendly phablet, which offers the user with a decent 4.7-inch screen, for a modest viewing experience.
The handset comprises of a Windows Phone 8 operating system, offering a smooth performance. However, the budget friendly feature of the handset implies that the phablet comes with an array of compromises. Regardless, the Lumia 625 is competent to stand up against the likes of the Canvas 3D smartphone.
Let us stack up the two handsets – the Lumia 625 from Nokia and the Canvas 3D A115 smartphone from Micromax, in terms of their camera features and specifications.
Nokia Lumia 625
The Nokia Lumia 625 Windows Phone comprises of a 5MP camera with LED flash and autofocus features. The handset comes with a user facing VGA camera for selfies and video calling.
Camera Interface: The handset comprises of a plain camera interface. The preset scenes are limited to backlight, macro mode, white balance, ISO, aspect ratio and the exposure of photos in advance. The camera shutter key, when pressed would fire the camera; thus, providing the user with decent pictures. However, the Nokia Smart Cam application can be used to capture images. The application enables the user to edit those snaps and offer neat effects. It also enables the user to remove moving objects and create a series of shots.
Image Quality: Actual images produced are modest, if not great. The images produced by the camera lacks considerably in details and sharpness, with more noise even in daylight and reproduces cold colors. Overall, the camera produces average results.
Video Recording: The Lumia 625 offers average recording quality at 720p and 30fps (frames per second). The performance lacks in details when recording quick moving objects.
Micromax Canvas 3D A115
The handset incorporates a decent 5MP camera with autofocus feature, offering modest pictures in daylight. However, the macro shots, clicked in daylight do not offer great images. It lacked clarity. When clicking snaps indoors, the images produced appear grainy.
Video Recording: The camera of the A115 handset offers the user with decent quality videos. The video clips are saved in old file format – .3GP.
3D Camera App: The 3D camera app enables the user to combine two snaps and create a 3D effect. However, the 3D app did not prove to be an impressive feature.
The handset camera is unable to record 3D video. The VGA camera in the front is good for video calling and selfies.
The camera offers the user with HDR and Panorama options, 99 continuous still shots and usual settings for saturation, ISO, contrast, sharpness and exposure.
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