- Tram Ho
Vsmart Live was launched in August last year, but until now has been evaluated by DxOMark experts on camera quality. Although only a mid-range smartphone, but this phone received high DxOMark score.
With a total camera score of 87, Vsmart Live is at the bottom of table 3 of DxOMark’s rankings, having the same camera performance as the recently launched low-cost mid-range devices (such as Motorola One Zoom), or older flagships like Apple’s iPhone 7 Plus.
Vsmart Live’s 87 score is also a decent average, which doesn’t really stand out in any category, not even the best camera device in its price segment. The phone is capable of taking photos quite well in bright light, but there are still many weaknesses that need to be improved in most categories.
Exposure is a bit problematic because the dynamic range is quite narrow, causing the resulting image to lose a lot of detail when shooting in environments with a large difference in brightness between the light and dark areas. In addition, the ability to autofocus sometimes still quite slow and night shooting performance is quite low, the appearance of artifacts (artifacts) in low light conditions.
Vsmart Live’s ability to reproduce colors and the level of image detail is considered quite good in bright enough conditions. Even so, photos still suffer from noise in most lighting conditions and the zoom feature is quite bad.
Due to the lack of a dedicated zoom camera, photos taken with this phone when zoomed will have a low level of detail, a lot of noise and fake images, especially at a larger zoom distance. In addition, photos taken with wide-angle cameras and portraits are also noise, with artifacts (artifacts) around the foreground objects.
Under the right conditions, Vsmart Live is capable of taking beautiful pictures with pleasant colors.
The wide-angle sensor has a fairly wide field of view, but there is still room for improvement in image quality.
Vsmart Live’s low-light photography performance is quite poor.
In terms of video recording, Vsmart Live was rated by DxOMark as inferior to still images, resulting in a video score of only 78 points. The video shot was overexposed and the dynamic range was narrow, poor anti-shake, low level of detail, noise, fake image phenomenon and a few other defects.
However, like still images, colors in the video captured from Vsmart Live’s camera are still quite nice. Due to poor vibration resistance, users need to keep the phone balanced while recording to prevent the resulting video from being shaky. In general, the video recording capabilities of this phone are acceptable, and if you’re too focused on video recording, you should find a more suitable device.
Source : Genk