The camera on the Samsung Tocco Lite 2 is a 3.2-megapixel affair with no flash and very few settings options.
You can change the quality, megapixel count and white balance of the pictures, put the camera in night mode or add a cheesy effect but that's it.
There's no auto focus and no editing tools. It also takes several seconds to save each photo taken so it's not possible to fire off multiple shots in quick succession.
In short it's about as basic a snapper as you're likely to find, but while it won't be replacing your compact it's actually not too bad considering the price tag of the phone it's attached to.
Landscapes lack detail in both the foreground and background and colours appear dull Click here to see the full resolution image Some colours – greens in particular, look unnatural and blur together Click here to see the full resolution image Objects that are closer to the lens fare better, with greater detail and more natural colours Click here to see the full resolution image Extreme close ups aren't quite so successful, with unnatural colours and blurred images making a return Click here to see the full resolution image Turning on the 'grey' filter avoids the problem of warped colours but still suffers from blurring Click here to see the full resolution image Taking a photo a metre or two from the subject seems to create the best results Click here to see the full resolution image Night mode brightens up dark images considerably but poor lighting conditions leave the camera completely unable to focus Click here to see the full resolution image Video
Video on the Samsung Tocco Lite 2 is even more basic, shooting in 176 × 144 at 15fps. The results are incredibly poor and suggest that its inclusion at all was intended as little more than a bullet point on the box.