Nowadays, many people are more and more relying on mobile phone camera for taking photos. While buying a new smartphone, except for the price and design, we are considering more about the performance and battery. Among performance, camera is a key point. On the video below, Oukitel demonstrates how the K6000 Plus camera stands against two very good -and expensive- flagships: The 16MP Xiaomi Mi5 and 12MP iPhone 7. The Oukitel K6000 Plus features a 16MP sensor.
Both Xiaomi Mi5 and OUKITEL K6000 Plus gets 16MP camera with PDAF for rapid focus. PDAF is quite mature in digital camera field, but in smartphone field, it just starting to show its benefits. With PDAF, the camera focuses with just one calculation and reduces the burden from the processor. The rest of the specs are all different. Xiaomi Mi5 carries IMX298 sensor with F2.0 aperture, iPhone 7 sports an iSight sensor with F1.8 aperture, while K6000 Plus adopts OV16880 sensor with F2.0 aperture. All 3 devices support Image Stabilization. In fact, Xiaomi Mi5 features a 4-axis stabilization mechanism while Oukitel K6000 Plus features Electronic Image Stabilization.
No matter what the number of MP, the key role is assigned to the sensor quality and the software optimization. It seems that Oukitel has done a good job on that department. Of course, no one can expect it to shoot as good photos as the other two, but the price difference is huge to justify the quality difference. The K6000 Plus is already available online. For more details visit here.