The Nokia 5 is made from a solid piece of 6000 series alumimium. It runs on a near stock version of android, called android one and it is a joy to use. My full review will be up this weekend, along with some tips and tricks. This is sat squarely in the budget category too, with 2gb ram and 16gb storage which is expandable with a micro SD card. You can buy this from Amazon UK for just over £110.
So what can the 13mp rear camera achieve when it comes to taking photos?
Let’s take a look.
The Dominos sign is looking crispy. Nothing wrong with this shot.
Again, another good shot. Maybe could do with a little brightening up, but overall pretty reasonable.
Above is the front facing 8mp camera, taken indoors. My face is a little pale as it hasn’t exposed perfectly for the light that is streaming through the glass window.
A couple of sheep on Dartmoor that were moving fairly quickly. Again, quite a fairly reasonable shot.
Before the storm. My village. Quite like this shot.
So what happens when we take the above shot, edit it in Snapseed using the HDRscape filter. A more dramatic shot!
Above, post box. This is the snapseed edit. Camera was aimed towards the sun, so the original shot was a little too dark, but snapseed helped make the shot a little bit more interesting.
I will talk more about my conclusion on the Nokia 5 camera and the rest of the phone in my main review. So stay tuned.
If you fancy buying one of the budget gems, you can pick one up from Amazon now.