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f/2.8 on the 8 Plus) that captures more detailed images.

Both lenses on the back of the i Phone X have optical image stabilization for steadier shots, and the 7-MP front shooter is powerful enough to add Portrait mode effects, just like the Pixel 2 XL.

Up front, the Zen Fone 3 Zoom features a sharp 13-MP selfie cam, complete with all the beauty mode settings you ever need.

And with a battery that lasts more than 16 hours on charge, it's safe to say the Zen Fone 3 Zoom should have enough juice to capture your favorite moments.

For those looking to spend a bit less than the Note 8, the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 both offer an excellent 12-MP sensor that has multi-image processing (and HDR-like feature) so that you can capture images with better contrast and colors, as well as in darker conditions.

The f/1.7 lens and large pixels capture a surprising amount of light.

The front camera offers Smart Auto Focus for tracking faces, so you’re almost guaranteed to get great selfies.

Unlike the Note 8, they only have one rear camera, but for many, that's all you'll need.Based on our in-depth testing and photo comparisons, the i Phone X edges out the Pixel 2 XL as our favorite camera phone.But it’s a very close call between these two smartphones.With a dual camera setup that features two 13-MP sensors, the LG G6 is equally adept at capturing super sharp photos from either its standard lens or its expansive wide-angle lens.Landscapes look particularly impressive, as we used the wide-angle lens on the G6 to capture some gorgeous expansive cityscapes and hillsides.Videographers will like being able save their shoots in the Cine Log format, while a Point Zoom feature gives you the power to zoom in on any area of the frame instead of just the center.

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