Galaxy M32 vs. POCO M3 Pro 5G vs. Redmi Note 10S vs. Narzo 30

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There’s never a dull moment in the Indian smartphone industry… in particular, the affordable segment, where new devices are launched at a breakneck pace. In fact, over the past month or so, the sub Rs 15K price bracket has been populated with a host of tempting offers including the Redmi Note 10S (review), POCO M3 Pro 5G (review), Samsung Galaxy M32 (test) and the Realme Narzo 30 (test).

Now all of the aforementioned handsets feature powerful camera setups, so we decided to pit them against each other to see what works best for budding photographers. To make things even more interesting, our gladiators will compete for your votes in a blind camera comparison – that’s right, the winner of this contest will only be determined by our readers. Also, we won’t tell you which image was taken from which phone, which makes the contest all the more transparent and interesting.

So sit back, browse the photos and vote. We’ll announce the winner in the third week of July, so check back to see which phone garnered the most reader votes!

HDR disabled

Let’s start with a photo of the four main sensors of the smartphone camera. In this scenario, we chose to click on a photo with HDR mode turned off. Much like our previous blind camera comparisons, the image was taken in a park during the day with lots of light around. Therefore, you need to watch the colors in the photo, as well as the details around the center and corners of the frame. We would also like to point out that it was especially sunny outside when we took the image, so you should also keep an eye out for poorly managed exposure control.

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HDR enabled

In the second scenario, we shot the same image with HDR mode enabled. As a result, photos should offer better dynamic range, so be on the lookout for the image that has the best detail in the shadows or darker parts of the photo. You should also take into account the colors of the frame, especially the greens in the leaves and the blue tint of the sky, as HDR mode also tends to increase the saturation of the shot.

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Portrait mode

Of course, buyers who opt for one of these devices will also click on photos of human subjects. At that note, you will now be responsible for judging portrait mode shots from the phone’s rear cameras. Note which photo offered the sharpest blurring effect around the subject. Also, be on the lookout for the colors in the photo, as most affordable phones struggle to achieve the skin tones of human subjects.

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Night mode deactivated

There will be times when you need to click photos after the sun goes down. So in this scenario, we are going to test which phone takes the best picture in the dark. Much like our previous comparisons, we’ll test photos taken with the Night Mode feature turned on separately, which will help you better understand the raw imaging capabilities of the competition. Here, look for the photo with the most detail and the least noise in the darker parts of the composition. You should also see which photo has the least flare lenses from light sources, like a floor lamp.

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Night mode activated

With night mode enabled, you will be able to better distinguish objects in the frame. Just like the previous category, look for the photo with the least noise and the best detail.

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Selfie

Our four competitors are also equipped with powerful front cameras. However, only one of the four can be crowned the winner in this category as well, so look for selfies with authentic skin tones and the least skin-softening. Although we’ve turned off all beautification features, most affordable phones tend to hide the details of a subject’s face.

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Selfie in low light

You may also want to click on the selfies at night, so this category will test the capabilities of our competitors in a simulated low-light scenario.

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And that ends this blind camera comparison between the Samsung Galaxy M32, Redmi Note 10S, POCO M3 Pro 5G, and Realme Narzo 30. Vote and stay tuned to our blog as we’ll announce the winners in a few weeks.


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