The Gionee Elife E7 was launched with the tagline “Made for Shooting” promoting the cameras – 16-megapixel rear and 8-megapixel front one. Though the front camera is quite decent, the main focus here was with the 16MP rear shooter which was known to be one of the best Android smartphone cameras. We got a good amount of time to play around with the device and test the camera.
I tested the camera in different conditions, and although the video recording would depend on several factors, I loved the captures in the bright surroundings as well as in the dark, although I had to use the Night mode for the low light photos. During my recent South India tour, I used the Elife E7 to capture the photos of the locations, nature and various other stuff. Loved it in many ways, and below is the reason why I’m telling this.
Check out the photos I captured with the Gionee Elife E7’s camera, all of them unedited except for the watermark and cropping. Check out the Gionee Elife E7 camera review we did earlier, but that some actual testing we did, and below are the photos which were just the natural shots without any check for the brightness around.
If you are interested to choose a smartphone with a good camera, the Gionee Elife E7 is something you should consider, although there are options from some well known brands which you shouldn’t ignore while comparing:
Although the LG G2’s camera couldn’t do anything good in the low light conditions, the OIS feature in it was pretty good for the shaky hands to take stable photos. The Elife E7’s camera was the best for the defocusing of the background when capturing a particular object, and the Xperia Z1 is the smartphone in this range which would keep you away from the worries of moisture or water, as you can even take the underwater photos and videos while jumping into a pool.