OUKITEL Compares K6000 Plus, Xiaomi Mi 5, & iPhone 7 Cameras

The OUKITEL K6000 Plus is one of the newest smartphones to come from OUKITEL and among other things, looks to offer a heightened camera experience. Of course, this is a factor and selling point that many smartphones now look to offer as the importance of a smartphone’s camera abilities has consistently increased over the years. Which although is good for the industry as a whole, does mean that understanding the difference between different smartphone camera features can be a little hard to do, and even daunting at times. Especially when looking to understand which smartphone camera might be best-suited for your individual needs.

As a means to highlight what is on offer with the OUKITEL K6000 Plus, OUKITEL has now released a short comparison detailing the strengths of the camera on the K6000 Plus compared to the likes of the Xiaomi Mi 5 and the iPhone 7. For instance, the comparison highlights that like the Xiaomi Mi 5 and the K6000 Plus both come equipped with a 16-megapixel camera and the same f/2.0 aperture. Which is in contrast to the iPhone 7’s 12-megapixel and lower (but greater) f/1.8 aperture. Although the sensors on all three camera differ greatly, with the Xiaomi Mi 5 coming with a Sony IMX298, the iPhone 7 coming with an iSight sensor, and the K6000 Plus coming loaded with an OmniVision OV16880 sensor. With the comparison also highlighting that while the Xiaomi Mi 5 and the OUKITEL K6000 Plus both make use of PDAF for quicker focus, the iPhone 7 makes use of Focus Pixels. As well as all three devices making use of varying measures to combat anti-shake.

In addition to providing the greater insight into the comparable aspects of the camera on the K6000 Plus, OUKITEL has also released a new video which looks to highlight that in spite of the specs, the effects on offer with the K6000 Plus camera are what is worth focusing on. The video provides a more detailed comparison between the cameras on the three-mentioned smartphones, and you can check out the video comparison in full below. Alternatively, you can head through the link below to check out the OUKITEL K6000 Plus in more detail.

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