The iPhone 6 and the 6 Plus are regarded by many as two of the best camera phones around, but it looks like upcoming Chinese vendors with rather big endeavors plan to beat the image quality of the iPhone. Only difference would be the price, which with phones such as the Ulefone Be Touch is less than 1/4th.
We recently reviewed the Ulefone Be Touch and found the camera to be decent, but the makers certainly feel otherwise. The Be Touch has a 13 mega-pixel sensor, the IMX214 from Sony, paired with a 5 mega-pixel front on the camera department. The guys over at Ulefone even posted a teardown video of the phone showing exactly what sits inside.
Nonetheless, here’s how the Ulefone Be Touch’s 13 mega-pixel sensor fares against the 8 mega-pixel camera.
Apple iPhone 6 Plus v/s Ulefone Be Touch: Cameras at war
What do you think, then? Does the Be Touch look like it beats the OIS enabled 8 mega-pixel sensor of the iPhone 6 Plus? Let us know what you think.