This is nirmal here and in this video well be doing the camera review of the latest smartphone announced by oppo under the k series. The oppo k10 sopho k10 comes with a 50 megapixel triple camera setup and you also get a 16 megapixel selfie camera, so lets find out how the camera performance is for this price segment so before getting started. If this is your first time on, this channel do hit that red subscribe button and also hit the bell icon to get notified of all the videos we publish so lets begin. First lets have a look at the camera hardware offered. The oppo k10 comes with a 50 megapixel sensor, which is an f 1.8 aperture. There is a secondary 2 megapixel depth sensor and a 32 megapixel macro sensor for selfies. We have a 16 megapixel camera with f 2.0 aperture, so lets see how the camera performance is for this price segment now, in terms of daylight condition, the 50 megapixel sensor brings in good details. The colors are quite natural, looking, unlike some other phones in the segment, there is no saturation issues and colors remain more or less natural, and even the sky. Colors are quite good with processing the sharpness. Lights are pretty decent for a 50 megapixel shooter, and this is evident when you pixel p, although it could be a slightly better overall. The dynamic range is quite okay, but the images have a contrasty feel to it, and the brightness levels are not very good for the image.

The phone does not come with an ultra wide angle lens, which is a miss for many people. Now, moving on to the close up shot, the phone comes with pretty good imaging capabilities, and the colors are once again pretty good. There is no saturation issues, the sharpness results are quite decent too. The phone does come with 2 megapixel macro mode, and the performance is quite average. The details are good and colors are also okay, but the images tend to be too noisy Music. Moving on to the portraits the phone does, a good job with portraits and the skin tones are also pretty good. They are bright, vivid and also the edge detection seems pretty good overall, portraits have come quite good. Next up the low light captures the low light performance is quite decent in indo lights or artificial lights. The sharpness lights are quite ok. All the noise is pretty much evident here when you turn on the night mode. The images get details, but the noise levels are too much and not a great one. For this segment in extreme low light with night mode turned on, you can obviously see noise, and this is one area where oppo k10 fails to impress finally, the selfie camera. The 16 megapixel does produce good selfies. Once again, we like the skin tones of selfies and colors, looks good too, along with dynamic range as well. Since selfies are more of a personal choice, you can judge based on the images shown.

The phone also does portrait mode for selfies, and here it does a decent job with portraits. Although hd detection should have been better moving onto the media, recording the phone can record videos in 1080p at 30 fps and it does not support stabilization. The video quality is quite decent, though there is no 4k nor 60fps option in the video recording. The colors are quite good, and details are also decent for the segment, but the lack of stabilization might be a deal breaker for many. The phone also supports slow motion and quality is quite average Music. So this is the front facing camera sample taken with the oppo k10, which can record videos in 1080p resolution. So you can judge yourself how good the clarity of the video is and also the audio output from this video, so that is a detailed camera review of the oppo k10. So what do you guys think about the camera on the oppo kt? If you look at the overall performance of oppo k10 as a camera phone, we feel it is average at its best. The low light is something which needs to be improved drastically. So do let us know your thoughts about the oppo k10s camera. This is nimble.