As mobile technology advances, every smartphone, whether iOS or Android, is constantly updated, resulting in faster phones, better cameras, and longer battery life.
Apple iPhone 12 Pro Max – China Biggest Market
When it comes to the camera features, one can not resist the wide 12MP camera that is fused with a 26mm lens. On top of that, the iPhone 12 Pro Max has a fast enough lens that makes it possible for videos to be edited.
- 4K UHD at 24/30/60fps
- 1080p at 30/60/120fps
- 6GB RAM
- 60Hz ( screen refresher rate)
Google Pixel 5 – Best Seller In The Middle East
Yes, Google! Many smartphone users are unaware that Google now has its own brand of smartphones, and this one is currently leading the pack in video editing. It makes use of the Android operating system. When it was first released, the phone was quite expensive, making it only available to a select few. However, it has now become very affordable.
Google Pixel 5 has some fantastic features that allow it to perform well in video editing processes. It has a Qualcomm Snapdragon 765G processor and a solid foundation. As a result, the phone is ideal for editing a cinematic video. This means you can use the phone to make films as well.
When it comes to the camera, it has a 12.2MP sensor and a 27 mm lens. The camera setup also includes an Ultra-Wide 16MP sensor.
The front-facing camera is equipped with an 8MP sensor and a 24mm lens. To prevent shaking, the smartphone has optical image stabilization (OIS). This feature makes it simple to record videos without making mistakes. With an excellent camera and long battery life, the phone is widely regarded as a device with multiple functions at an affordable price.
The market share is high in the Arabic region where Samsung has dominated the market ever since the mobile casino revolution spread through the Middle East a few years ago. With the rapid growth of social media and gaming in the Middle East, the Google Pixel 5 has quickly gained popularity as one of the best mobile devices.
- 4K UHD at 30/60fps
- 1080p at 30/60/120/240fps
- 8GB RAM
- 90Hz (screen refresh rate)
Samsung Galaxy Note 20 Ultra – Global Favorite
Samsung has dominated the global market share for years and ended 2020 with nearly 19% of the market share after a record year of 253 million units sold but has recently lost its leading position to Xiaomi. Despite the growing popularity of the cheaper Xiaomi products in Europe, Samsung is estimated to be able to hold on to a strong global market position as a high-end, quality smartphone developer.
Samsung continues to focus on high-quality products and the Galaxy Note 20 Ultra is another job well done. The phone is extraordinarily fast with a Qualcomm SM8250 Snapdragon and 865 processor and the high screen refresh rate makes the phone great for scrolling but less of a gaming device. The main selling point of this phone is the 108MP camera, laser autofocus and 26mm lens.
- 8K UHD at 24fps
- 4K at 30/60fps
- Has 512GB storage
- Has 12GB RAM.
- 120 Hz (screen refresher rate)
OnePlus 8 Pro – Best Seller In India
India is the biggest market in general for the Chinese mobile developer, OnePlus. The 8Pro has Qualcomm SM8250 and Snapdragon 865 processors, making it one of the fastest phones on the market. There is also optical zoom, which you should take advantage of when recording videos. The camera has fantastic features like a 14mm lens that are coupled with 48MP. Be ready to use the Telephoto 8MP as well.
- 4K UHD at 30/60fps
- 1080p at 30/60/240fps
- 1080p at 30fps
- Has a 256GB storage capacity
- 12GB RAM
- 120Hz (screen refresher rate)
- It is more similar to iPhone 12 Pro Max
For the longest time, there has been a fight between iOS and Android software systems. The two brands are forever fighting for the top spot when it comes to quality features. At the same time, both brands have proven beyond doubt that they are able to deliver when it comes to demanding tasks such as video editing.
Video editing demands large applications. These apps require smartphones that have good processors, large storage, and big RAM. These collectively enable fast and efficient execution of video editing, and both iOS and Android are capable in that department, with a few notable mentions that include the Google Pixel 5.