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How to find the Best Camera Phone?

With so many Camera Phones in the market, how do you find the best Camera Phone? You can read reviews, ratings and blogs that all talk about and discuss about them. But here is another interesting and reliable source of information to find out the best one. Based on how many people are actually using them and what is the quality of pictures taken. While every camera boasts of excellent quality, you can validate the quality of those photos yourself, only by looking at the quality of pictures taken by them.

Flickr is one of the top Photo sharing sites where millions of individual users across the world upload their photos to share. Flickr offers a popularity page where it shows how its users are taking pictures (Camera Makes, Models etc). They report the popularity trends over a period of time as well. Let us see, how camera phones fare recently. Here is the recent trend chart for photos taken on mobile phones.


Flickr: Camera Finder

Well. Now you know. Here are the Top 5 Camera Phones based on Flickr Popularity Trends

  1. Nokia N95
  2. Apple iPhone
  3. Nokia N73
  4. Sony Ericsson K800i
  5. Sony Ericsson K750i

You can also view all photos taken by those cameras and validate for yourself the quality of those cell phones. Go to Flickr: Camera Finder  and click on a phone you want to verify.

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