By: The Mobile Indian network, The Mobile Indian, New Delhi -Friday, September, 18 2015
This picture speaks a lot about how awful the rear camera of Nitro 4G is. Not only it failed to capture the colours as they are but could not offer details. You might argue that my hands were perhaps shaking for which it could not focus properly. True, but I also want to highlight very few people in this world would have rock-steady like hands and usually phones do adjust the slight shakiness but not the Nitro 4G.
Its another example of how bad the Nitro 4G is in focussing. On enlarging the image, it becomes amply clear.
When I saw this on the phone's screen, I thought this is quite awesome but the feeling wasn't there when I transferred it to my PC. However, its not that bad though.
Here is another example of Nitro 4G's 13 megapixel rear camera's output in low light; this time it was taken under artificial light.
The 13 megapixel camra of Nitro 4G though doesn't disappoint in daylight.
This is quite decent for a 5 megapixel fixed focus front camera in low light.
The front camera, as expected, did a good job in daylight as well.
The front camera was also able to click decent pictures indoors with decent amount of artificial light.
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