One of the number one questions we've been hearing since the launch of the Microsoft Lumia 640 XL is about how the camera fares. The 13MP Zeiss shooter on the back is, on paper at least. pretty substantial for a smartphone in the mid-tiers.
So, as we did we the Lumia 640, here's a very quick gallery of sample shots.
Again, all we did here is leave Rich Capture turned on (because, why wouldn't you?). That doesn't mean any effect has necessarily been added, indeed in some of the shots below there is absolutely none. The images have been crunched a little for uploading to the site, but clicking on each of them will open a larger copy.
We're reasonably impressed so far. As expected it does pretty well outdoors in good light, and it seems to do pretty well with close up shots such as the flower towards the bottom of the gallery.
We'll be talking more about the camera in the course of our full review, but we wanted to share some quick snaps in the mean time. But enough of our opinions, what's yours? Sound off in the comments below!
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