The Samsung Galaxy J3 has an 8 MP primary camera at the back and 5 MP camera on the front side. The smartphone is priced in a budget segment. We were playing with the device and thought to share a few samples of the camera. So, what things you can expect from a budget device. Perhaps, a decent camera. See our Samsung Galaxy J3 camera samples.
Samsung Galaxy J3 Camera Specifications
- Camera: 8 MP Autofocus with LED flash
- Optical Image Stabilization (OIS): No
- Zoom: 4x Digital Zoom
- Features: Geo-tagging, Tap to Focus, Richtone HDR, Manual, Beautification, face detection, Continuous Shot, Panorama, Sound & Shot, Sports.
- Video: Max 1280 x 720 pixels video recording
- Front Camera: 5 MP
The camera interface is usually the same that you have seen in most of the Samsung devices. However, the camera features are trimmed down due to the camera limitations. It features Geo-tagging, Tap to Focus, Richtone HDR, Manual, Beautification, face detection, Continuous Shot, Panorama, Sound & Shot, Sports. There is an option to select live effects.
Samsung Galaxy J3 Camera Samples
We have checked the camera performance of the handset. We have shared the Samsung Galaxy J3 camera samples below. Take a look at these images.
At first sight, the camera seems all good in daylight conditions. Due to its AMOLED display, the colors show deep contrast levels. The daylight shots were quite decent at this price but not great, we think the camera could have been better. The full 360-degree Panorama surprised us. The Richtone HDR mode takes the shots quite good and gave a better quality than what you get in Auto mode.
We have captured the night shots too to see if the camera survives in low lighting conditions. Well, after seeing the images, they are filled with noise, exhibits glare from the street lights and appears darker with low details. The night photography quality is below average. The camera app doesn’t support night mode or low light mode like we have seen in other Samsung devices. The performance is somewhat mediocre, the camera doesn’t support 1080p videos but limited to 720p and VGA.
We will cover more about the camera in our Samsung Galaxy J3 review. Tell us your views about this smartphone in the comments below.