The recently launched AllCall S1 phone might very well be remembered for its 5000mAh large battery and two times harder screen, but we should not forget about another neat detail – the four cameras this budget phone comes with, making it an interesting option for shutterbugs with a tight budget. With that in mind, let’s have a closer look at the phones’s camera setup.
The AllCall S1 comes with dual cameras set up in both rear and front side, for a total four cameras as we mentioned above. The dual cameras in the rear is comprised of an 8.0MP main shooter which can be interpolated to 13.0MP, meanwhile the secondary is a 2MP snapper.
The sensor inside the main camera is a Sony 175, which should be enough quality for what is a $50 phone, bringing more vivid and rich colors compared to similarly priced phones.
Moving to the front, we find a 2MP camera that can be interpolated to 5MP and another 2MP assisting snapper. This time we find a Sony IMX132 sensor which can automatically beautify your face when choosing the “face beauty mode”. Both camera setups are capable of creating a bokeh effect if you want to.