The iPhone’s Cameras
The Z-Flip’s rear-facing camera does produce stunning photos in proper lighting and even features wide-angle capabilities. There’s a Night Mode and a host of filters and advanced features to play around with.
However, most low-light images have a smoothing effect that looks a bit off. And images from the front camera look like junk on third-party apps like Snapchat, a common problem across all Android devices due to app development time-saving measures you can read about here.
Overall, I’m impressed with the cameras and photography software on my Galaxy Z Flip 5G, but the entire experience isn’t as good as you’d find on an iPhone.