This is normal here and in this video well be doing the camera review of the new ico z6 with the qualcomm snapdragon 680 chip. So this is the 4g device, unlike the 5g version we just launched earlier this year now, in terms of camera hardware, this device comes with a 50 megapixel triple camera setup. You also get a 16 megapixel selfie camera. Now the device is priced below the 15 000 price segment. The base variant is priced almost 13 triple line. You can get uh for lesser price with offers, so lets see how good the camera experience is for this price segment so before getting started. If this is your first time on, this channel do hit that 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. The phone comes with a 50 megapixel sensor with f 1.7 aperture. There is a second 2 megapixel depth sensor and a 32 megapixel macro sensor. The front camera is a 16 megapixel shooter with f 2.0 aperture lets see how the camera performance is for this price signal. In terms of daylight, the 50 megapixel sensor does a good job in bringing details and decent sharpness levels too. The colors are good and they look natural and there is no over saturation issues here. The sky colors are also mostly natural. Looking the images could have been a tad more brighter, but overall quality looks good for the device under the 15k price segment.

The dynamic range is also pretty decent on this device. In terms of daylight conditions, the camera is pretty good, and users wont have much to complain here, as this is a budget segment. But once again the phone does not come with an ultra wide angle. Camera, which is a missing aspect, do Music now moving on to the close up shots, the phone comes with pretty good imaging capabilities and colors are quite good. Although there is a slight tendency to boost the greens and the reds, the sharpness levels are pretty good here. The phone also comes with a 2 megapixel macro sensor and the quality is strictly average at its best. The colors looks a bit too washed out at times, and also the details are not impressive, because its a 2 megapixel shooter, but it does work for occasional, macros. Music now moving on to the portrait, the ico z6 gets you decent portrait shots, but the images looks a bit underexposed at times and the edge detection isnt impressive, although with few missed edges, when the background is a bit complex, but skin tones looks quite okay overall. Next up the low light captures considering the price segment. Ico c6 does decent job in low light conditions in indo lighting. The noise is kept to minimal, but the details are also quite decent, though, when light drops further with the night mode turned on, you can see, images looks quite decent overall, considering the price segment, there is noise, which is evident when you zoom in, but details are Quite ok and they are not overexposed.

There could be a bit more tweaks to the night mode on the iko z6. Finally, the selfie camera, the 16 megapixel shooter does a good job with regular selfies. The skin tones are quite okay and overall quality looks decent. The sharpness levels are also acceptable, although we feel it could have been a tad better. The selfies could be a bit more fine tunes, but again, selfies are more of a personal choice. You can judge based on the image they showed. The phone also has portrait mode for selfies, and here the images once again are pretty decent, with decent edge detection too. Moving on to the video recording, the phone can record videos in 1080p at 30, fps and thats. The only resolution supported, although there is 720p at 60fps, the phone – does not come with 4k recording the quality looks decent with stabilization, but it could be definitely improved. The colors are more or less accurate, but the video is not smooth while panning. These are areas which can be improved via software updates, Music. The phone can also record slow motion. Videos and quality is decent Music, so this is the front facing camera sample taken with the ico z6. So you can see how good the quality of the video is and also the audio output – and you can see this is recorded in 1080p resolution at 30 fps. So that is a detailed camera review of the ico z6. So summing up, the camera on the iko z6 looks decent for the price segment, with good daylight shots, decent portraits and decent selfie camera.

But having said that, the low light experience needs a bit more fine tuning and the video recording also needs improvement.