Bluboo Picasso vs. Bluboo Picasso 4G – main cameras comparison

One of the most important things in current smartphones is without the doubt the main camera, because it’s trendy to take pictures just with your phone instead of a digital camera. It’s always ready and with you so the level of comfort is immense. No wonder users are demanding the rear camera quality to be as high as possible.

Bluboo are trying to focus on the camera quality with their latest Bluboo Picasso 4G model, which is the innovated version of the original Picasso. And to prove their point they have made a comparison of camera performance for both models.

The biggest difference comes with the resolution, because while the Bluboo Picasso 4G has a 13 Mpix shooter, the older Picasso runs only the 8 Mpix one. Of course the resolution is not the only defining aspect of a camera, but the difference is there, mainly in the color precision and better details captured.

The sensors are also different, Picasso 4G has a Sony one, while the Picasso trusts its Panasonic sensor. And the sensor type can affect the performance quite a lot, especially with the noise levels.

In general both rear and front cameras of Picasso 4G have more functions and better specs, but the comparison pictures are honestly not so conclusive in terms of really visible dfference. Check them out yourselves.

Bluboo Picasso 4G should be available in the market very soon, but the exact release date and pricing is still unknown. So if you would lose your patience, maybe you can take a look at the Bluboo Maya Max here in the meantime.

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