Two cameras might soon be too few. Smartphones like the LG V40 ThinQ have included triple rear camera arrangements marketed as offering a professional photographer’s tools to anybody who uses it. But the Google Pixel 3 has done the opposite, opting for a single rear camera that it has augmented using artificial intelligence.

Both take stunning pictures but have differences one should consider when looking for the best smartphone camera. LG’s multi-lens set-up will always have an edge in zooming, but Google’s A.I. solution gives users more control after the picture has been taken. So, can software do the trick, or are we destined for handsets that all look like Ted Pauley from Monsters, Inc.?

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