The phone gets a dual camera setting at the back – a 13MP primary sensor and a 5MP depth sensor. Although the camera UI isn’t incredibly intuitive, it is good enough for an entry-level smartphone. Apart from the standard camera options like AutoFocus, PDAF, HDR, etc., there’s also an AI-boost feature for delivering enhanced colour reproduction, beautification, and bokeh shots.
In favourable light settings, the rear cam can pull off some bright and detailed shots. Images captured in daylight look vivid with decent colour representation. However, in dimly-lit conditions, the camera performance suffers – captured shots depict a significant amount of noise and end up looking grainy. Also, there isn’t enough detail present.
As for the 8MP selfie camera, although it isn’t the best out there, it should suffice for your social media needs. Selfies taken in the right lighting conditions appear detailed and focused, but those captured in low-light appear hazy and lacking in detail.
Overall, the camera should suffice for your basic photography needs.