Best Midrange Camera Phones in Nepal | Top 5

Best Midrange Camera Phones in Nepal | Top 5 » Meroshare

Midrange phones have improved a lot with high refresh rate screens, promising cameras & performance. Especially, smartphones under 35K are the choice of the budget customers in Nepal. The camera is one of the prominent functions of a phone that has to be considered wisely before purchasing one. Quad camera setups are mushrooming for midrange segments. While in most of the phones, that 2MP+2MP depth and macro sensors are just gimmicked to lure customers. One should consider the actual camera quality, dynamic range, low light performance, EIS for video stabilization. Are you looking for the best mid-range camera-focused phones in Nepal? Here are our top 5 picks with the best camera performance, that too under Rs.35,000 in Nepal.

5. Redmi Note 10S

The budget device from Xiaomi, Redmi Note 10S sports the commonly used 64MP camera sensor. Equipped with a Mediatek Helio G95 chipset, the quad-camera setup for this phone is 64MP+8MP+ 2MP+2MP. The primary 64MP sensor with f/1.8 aperture produces some nice detailed images in daylight conditions. The normal shots are handled with 16MP resolution for the main camera. Pictures from the 8MP ultrawide lens are nice in the daytime while under low light, it tends to get poor. As expected, the 2MP macro lens produces just average pictures, nothing to be fond of.

The hole punch display houses a 13MP camera that outputs nice selfies. The edge detection is also good for portrait shots. Color accuracy however is not perfect for the front camera. For video, it can shoot up to 4K @30 fps & 1080p @30/60fps. EIS seems to work just fine for 1080p 30fps videos. The price for Redmi Note 10S is Rs. 25,999 for 6/64GB & Rs. 27,999 for the 6/128GB variant.

Redmi Note 10S
Redmi Note 10S

4. Samsung Galaxy M32

Samsung Galaxy M32 with Mediatek Helio G80 chipset features a typical quad camera setup. The primary one is a 64MP shooter, followed by 8MP Ultrawide & 2MP + 2MP depth & macro lens. The front camera is 20MP. You can get good pictures from the main camera in broad daylight conditions. The dynamic range looks good enough. While pictures from 8MP Ultra-wide tend to be darker. The FOV is nice though with 123° for ultrawide shots. Macro shots are not that great with a 2MP macro lens.

Low-light performance is good with artificial light available. For darker scenarios, it produces grainy pictures. Meanwhile, the front 20MP shooter outputs above-average selfies. The 1080p 30fps video doesn’t seem stabilized at all. It’s quite shaky & the video quality is just average. The price o

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