Best Camera on Phones Under $100 (Part 3)

Best Camera on Phones Under $100 (Part 3)

In the exciting continuation of our Best Phones You Can Get Under $100 series, Jordan has compared the cameras. There are many people out there that swear loyalty to a Digital SLR, but it is often said,

The best camera is the one you have on you.

For many this means the camera on your smartphone. In this case, would these cameras do well if they were the only camera you had with you? Jordan has compared the cameras on his contenders and declared a winner… if you can call that winning.

Remember, Jordan vowed to use four budget phones as his daily drivers to test them out and crown the King of Sub-$100 Phones! In the first video, Jordan introduced us to his four contenders and discussed why they were picked. Additionally, he unboxed the Blu Studio C, the Samsung Galaxy J1 (Verizon Edition), the LG Leon (T-Mobile Edition), and the Moto E (AT&T Edition). For those short on time, Jordan created a compilation of the unboxings like nothing you have ever seen.

 

T-Mobile LG Leon ($90)

Full Unboxing Video

lg-leon

  • Snapdragon 410
  • 4.5″ 480×854 Display
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB Storage + microSD Expansion
  • 5MP Rear Camera
  • 1900mAh Battery
  • Android 5.0.1

BLU Studio C ($100)

Full Unboxing Video

blu-studio-c

  • Mediatek MT6582
  • 5″ 720×1280 Display
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8G Storage + microSD Expansion
  • 8MP Rear Camera
  • 3000mAh Battery
  • Android 5.0

Verizon Galaxy J1 ($80)

Full Unboxing Video

galaxy-j1

  • Snapdragon 410
  • 4.3″ 480×800 Display
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB Storage + microSD Expansion
  • 5MP Rear Camera
  • 1850mAh Battery
  • Android 5.0

AT&T Moto E ($75)

Full Unboxing Video

  • Snapdragon 410
  • 4.5″ 540×960 Display
  • 1GB RAM
  • 8GB Storage + microSD Expansion
  • 5MP Rear Camera
  • 2390 mAh Battery
  • Android 5.1

Check out Jordan’s Tech Channel and Jordan’s Daily Vlogging Channel

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