[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]We all probably have heard the word “megapixel,” especially when it comes to smartphone cameras. It also has become one of the deciding factors when it comes to purchasing a smartphone. Apparently, it is the simplest way to describe the resolution of the camera. A megapixel is a unit of graphic resolution equating to a million pixels. The more or the higher megapixels you have, the better image resolution you will get.
Most people prefer higher camera megapixels for photograph purposes; to have better and higher quality resolution is a must, especially now that we live in a technological world influenced greatly by social media wherein we are free to share photos of ourselves.
You might also wonder, “Why do different phones with the same amount of camera megapixel produce different quality of photos if compared with each other?” Well, the amount of megapixels a camera offers is only a part of the many detectors of a good camera. There are different factors such as sensor size, aperture, a sensor’s ability to read images, the lens quality, your phone’s software, etc. There’s just a lot. That’s why it’s always best for you to try demo phones from stores to know if you are satisfied with the image quality of a certain phone.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]