As mentioned before, the phone features a dual camera module at the back. So, you get a 13MP primary sensor coupled with a 2MP depth sensor that comes in handy to create bokeh effects. The camera app offers standard shooting modes like HDR, AR, Manual, Panoramas, Pro, to name a few.
In daylight conditions, the rear camera can deliver impressive results. Captured images depict sufficient detail and a decent white balance. The colour reproduction is quite natural, which is a good thing. You can choose to activate the AI feature for the camera. In reality, the AI feature works decently – it enhances the colour and tone of the scenes and objects in them. However, sometimes the effect may look a little too aggressive and end up, resulting in artificial-looking snaps. As for the blur effect, it does just an okay job. The edge detection and blur aren’t the best. Again, low-light photography is another major letdown of the camera. Images captured in low-light settings have a lot of noise and look grainy. Considering that the dynamic range of the camera is low, close-up shots don’t look good.
The 8MP front cam can click pretty good selfies in favourable lighting conditions. It has a Beauty Mode that further enhances your facial features and makes it social media ready. In low-light, the camera fails to perform – images look blurry and out of focus.
You can record videos in Full HD resolution at 30fps. However, the lack of optical image stabilisation results in shaky and blurred videos.