Best Phone Video Editor: Top Options For Every Budget

Aadhya Khatri - May 23, 2020


Best Phone Video Editor: Top Options For Every Budget

After testing numerous models, we compiled this list of the most capable phones currently available that can be the best phone video editor

Despite photography taking all the lime lights, smartphones’ ability to capture videos is increasing fast with each new generation introduced. So it comes as no surprise that many are looking for the best phone video editor.

Much like photo quality, how well a phone can record videos depends heavily on its brand, the technology it packs, and the price it comes at.

After testing numerous models, we compiled this list of the most capable phones currently available that can be the best phone video editor.

Samsung Galaxy S10+ (Rs. 71,550)

Galaxy S10+ best phone video editor
Galaxy S10+ is also the only phone on this list that support a wide range of aspect ratio, including 1:1, 16:9, and 19:9

The Galaxy S10+ is a real powerhouse and is excellent at many tasks, including recording videos.

One of the most noticeable features the Galaxy S10+ has and others on our list do not is the ability of the selfie camera to shoot 4K 60 FPS videos. This resolution and frame rate can impress anyone as other smartphones on our list max at 1080p.

This Samsung phone is one of the few on the market right now can offer super-slow videos at 480 FPS and 960 FPS.

This is also the only phone on this list that support a wide range of aspect ratio, including 1:1, 16:9, and 19:9.

So if the Galaxy S10+ is not the best phone video editor, we don’t know what is.

For stability, you will have a totally shake-free video with this phone, thanks to both EIS and OIS. And with the Super Steady mode, you get what is similar to Go Pro for even better stabilization. So it is no doubt that this phone is the best phone video editor 2020, even with newer phones launched.

LG V40 ThinQ (Rs. 29,990)

V40 ThinQ best phone video editor
Highlights of the V40 ThinQ include adjustable shutter speed, controllable ISO, modifiable exposure, and Hi-Fi audio recording

When LG launched its V series, it made clear that the phone is for those need cameras more than anything else on a smartphone. And as the line developed, the company decided to shift its focus on videos to differentiate its products.

Highlights of the V40 ThinQ include adjustable shutter speed, controllable ISO, modifiable exposure, and Hi-Fi audio recording.

Users can record videos at both H.264 and H.265 with the latter is the equivalence of RAW format on photos. You have the freedom to edit the videos in any way you want as all of what the phone record is unprocessed.

And when it comes to editing, no phone on this list can rival the V40 ThinQ regarding the extensiveness of preinstalled video editor. And what the phone can do is merging videos, adding titles, adding background music, and so many more, with quality that can rival that of the best mobile video editor app.

So if you want video quality more than anything a smartphone can offer, the best phone video editor is definitely the V40 ThinQ.

Apple iPhone XS Max (Rs. 109,900)

Iphone Xs Max best phone video editor
iPhone XS Max is known for its ability to take photos but you will be wrong to underestimate its videos

iPhone XS Max is known for its ability to take photos but you will be wrong to underestimate its videos. While this phone is definitely not budget-friendly, if you are willing to pay to get the best phone video editor, iPhone XS Max is the phone for you.

On the rear, users can harness the power of the wide-angle and telephoto cameras, which with a different view. The telephoto lens makes lossless zoom at 2x possible and 6x zoom is there too, with deterioration in quality, of course.

These both lenses are optically stabilized so with every frame rate and resolution, you will have a certain degree of stabilization.

Something iPhone XS Max can do but others on our list cannot is to record at both mono and stereo from the camera app.

Google Pixel 3 XL (Rs. 57,999)

Pixel 3 XL best phone video editor
The video stabilization on Pixel 3 XL is unparalleled, made possible by both EIS and OIS

The video stabilization on Pixel 3 XL is unparalleled, made possible by both EIS and OIS. The phone can offer you the kind of videos that even professionals think were taken with the help of a gimbal.

The phone has an extensive collection of grid lines, making it possible for you to line up subjects so that they appear better in videos.

One of the highlights of the Pixel 3 XL is the price. It comes at a more budget-friendly price tag than any other phones on this list. You can save even more by going for the Pixel 3. Either of them can be the best video editor in Android.

So if you don’t have a deep pocket, this is the best phone video editor for you.

Sony Xperia XZ3 (Rs. 32,999)

Sony Xperia Xz3 best phone video editor
The Xperia XZ3 is limited to one lens only but there are other features to make up for the loss, including HLG format for HDR videos, super slow-mo videos, and a more budget-friendly price tag

The last on our list of best mobile phone video editor is an offer from Sony. The Xperia XZ3 is limited to one lens only but there are other features to make up for the loss, including HLG format for HDR videos, super slow-mo videos, and a more budget-friendly price tag.

HLG stands for Hybrid Log Gamma, which solves the problem of HDR unable to be played on non-HDR TVs. So this means videos you shoot with the Xperia XZ3 can be played on any TVs and smartphones, regardless of the support for HDR.

The SteadyShot Sony offers is among the best EIS systems you can find avialble on the market. Its autofocus is accurate too.

If you are considering the Xperia XZ3 and Pixel 3 for their lower price, here is a clue to help you make a decision. The phone from Sony offers 4K HDR but the Pixel 3 has a better overall performance.

You will land yourself the best phone video editor with any of the smartphone on this list.

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