Oppo has chosen the Triple Rear Photo Module, which includes a 64-megapixel wide-angle module (f / 1.7 optics), an ultra-wide angle (8 megapixels, f / 2.2) and a 2MP (f / 2.4) macro module.
A configuration similar to the Renault 6, but it works a little better in our test scenario. We have differentiated it here Samsung Galaxy A53 5GOne of its most recent major competitors, it has a core sensor of 64 Mpx.
Wide angle volume: 16 Mpx, f / 1.7, eq. 25 mm
Oppo still uses the technique Pixel binding, Grouping four photosynthes together to obtain more light. By default, the smartphone captures snapshots at 16 megapixels, but can theoretically capture detailed images using its full definition of 64 megapixels.
Despite the very different rendering, both the smartphones are very stable during the day. The general color scale of the Oppo Find X5 Lite is quite respectable and the shot is very natural. The Galaxy A53 photo is over-exposed and the colors are saturated. The processing that Samsung undertakes emphasizes micro-contrasts, which gives a shy sense of detail. Both photos are very sharp, the sharpness is nice, but Oppo’s smartphone works a little better around the perimeter of the picture.
In the dark, the Find X5 Lite is easy to read, despite low exposure. The Galaxy A53 chooses the reverse formula and uses the most pronounced softening. The level of detail inevitably decreases, and there is little relief in the picture. On the other hand, the expression is better and the colors are a little clearer.
64 MB mode
It is possible to force the full definition in systems. As usual, we isolated the same size (0.90 Mpx) per scene. You can see the difference in the definition.
Here we see that the gain is not significant as the Galaxy A53 offers excellent rendering. So you can easily carve your photo, but it seems less interesting.
Ultra wide-angle volume: 8 Mpx, f / 2.2, 120˚, eq. 15 mm
Mid-range smartphones show even more difficulty in the dangerous workout of the ultra wide angle. If the Find X5 Lite performs better on its main sensor, the Galaxy A53 5G will be more comfortable here. It should be noted, however, that it has a very limited sensor of 12 Mbps (as opposed to 8 Mbps for comparison).
In a bright display, the Find X5 Lite has trouble standing up to its vis–vis. Admittedly, the shot of the Galaxy A53 5G seems to be exaggerated, however it offers a more natural rendering. The whole thing is very clear, as can be seen in the color chart. In Oppo, the variation is strongly pronounced, the display is readable, but the information is lost. Samsung Mobile is our option.
In the dark, there is no debate. The photo of the Find X5 Lite is seldom usable, while the photo of the Galaxy A53 is well-read despite the digital noise. Without doing wonders, the Samsung sensor offers excellent rendering.
Front and video module
The 32 Mpx sensor is placed on the front of the lens opening at f / 24. It provides good selfies when the exposure is adequate. Despite the still difficulties in managing the highlights, the sharpness is good. At night it is more complex, where the amount of detail and sharpness inevitably decreases.
On the back, the smartphone is capable of shooting up to 30 fps in 4K and up to 60 fps in Full HD. The rendering is very perfect, even if we want to benefit from better positioning Locate the X5 And Locate the X5 Pro. Although it is not close to those two levels, it is still capable of capturing decent video.
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