Does having more megapixels guarantee better pictures? Of course not. And this most of you might have realized by now. This is again proved by the Honor 5C – which has earned accolades from all quarters for its superb features despite its meagre price of Rs 10,999.
Honor 5C has top end features in all segments but one of the most praised aspects of the phone is its powerful cameras. But is it any good then the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 which looks much better with a 16-megapixel rear camera?
So let’s compare the cameras of Honor 5C and Xiaomi Redmi Note 3.
In terms of resolution, the Redmi Note 3 definitely seems to have an upper edge over Honor 5C. But note that without necessary sharpness, detailing and colour output, pictures won’t look good.
The Honor 5C’s camera has slightly lower resolution 13-megapixel but it has F2.0 aperture and 5-element (5P) macro lens as the Xiaomi Redmi Note 3. Also, the Honor 5C has some unique features including infrared-absorbing lens coating that reduce reduces glare and stops unwanted IR light from reaching the sensor.
The Honor 5C’s camera app is based on Smart Image 3.0 image processor that has a variety of creative filters and shooting modes. It is loaded with modes like time-lapse, slow-motion mode, watermark, audio note, pro photo and pro video ,light painting; food mode; and all focus. The Settings menu includes controls for object tracking, smile capture, self-timer, and resolution. There’s also a quick switch between photo and video, along with the typical toggles for front and rear camera switching, the flash, and filters.
On the other hand, the Redmi Note 3 has regular features including panorama, HDR, manual and scene modes.
The Honor 5C has a much better 8-megapixel front camera with F2.0 aperture and 77Â° wide-angle lens makes sure that selfies also come out well. The four-element (4P) lens assembly with the front camera helps is capturing the crystal-clear image.
The Xiaomi Redmi Note has a smaller 5-megapixel camera but has f2.0 aperture as well as face recognition feature as Honor 5C. However, for selfies, higher resolution is definitely a boon and hence
The pictures captured by Huawei Honor 5C will become your fond memories. They will not disappoint you what ever the situation – low light, natural light or even closeups.