On the back, you’ll also find no less than four cameras comprising of a 13MP primary snapper, 2MP Depth Sensor, 2MP Macro lens and a low light sensor.
In good lighting conditions, photos come out relatively well, and as far as affordable Android smartphones go, its camera is packed with features like Custom Bokeh, AI HDR, AI 3D Beauty, Panorama, and even Augmented Reality shots to play around with, if your feeling particularly bored during the lockdown.
The main 13MP snapper clicked decent pictures for the most part, but colours seemed to be somewhat on the duller side. The Macro mode could have been quicker when it came to capturing focus, but it still managed to deliver respectable results.
Sadly, Low light images were less than impressive, even with the night mode turned on. While the AI boosted up the brightness, there was still noticeable grain and noise in the background.
Meanwhile, the 8-megapixel front camera takes good enough portraits that should do the job for social media use.