When you read that a smartphone has 13 MP rear and secondary 5 MP front camera, I guess you’d say it’s a pretty good camera-phone. It sure sounds good, but we tried both of these cameras in daylight and low light, and this is our Sony Xperia M4 Aqua camera review.

To find more check our M4 Aqua review on GdgtCompare.com.

Device features as special (dedicated) physical key for the camera. The camera application starts up after 2 seconds for the first time, while snapping with autofocus takes about a second and a half or two, which is a bit slower than the competition. The interface is clean and simple. You will find more advanced options for manual adjustment like exposition and white balance.

 

Front camera photo and video quality

Photo quality from the 5 MP camera in daylight is decent but nothing more. Shooting angle is wide enough to fit more people. In low light quality is usable, but again, that’s it. You can check the samples below.

 

Video can be recorded at 1280 x 720 pixel resolution at 30 fps. The quality of video from the front 5 MP camera is poorer than the quality of photos, especially in low light conditions. You can check the samples below.

 

Rear camera photo and video quality

Photo quality from the rear 13 MP camera on Xperia M4 Aqua is solid, but needs more editing or post processing.

 

 

 

With flash fired:

 

 

 

 

Without flash fired

 

 

 

 

Panorama sample” from Xperia M4 Aqua:

 

Video from the rear 13MP camera can be recorded in 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution (Full HD) at 30 fps. Again, photo quality is better than video quality, especially in low light conditions.

 To find more check our M4 Aqua review on GdgtCompare.com.

 


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