Filmed on OPPO A3S and Sony a6500. Voice-over recorded on OPPO A3S Quick question, why do we capture moments? Is it to brag on social media or to inspire other like minded people? Or is it to share a feeling or keep it to ourselves? A single photograph speaks a thousand languages with uncountable words. Somebody said, sometimes you never know the value of a moment until it becomes a memory. And OPPO A3S is the best budget photography and video companion. The phone feels like the OPPO F7 based on the design. The frame is made from plastic and it’s prone to finger print marks. It comes with a glossy finish, and the colors gives it a premium look. The phone has a very good camera when you compare it with other budget smartphones. It comes with a dual 13MP + 2MP rear shooters and a single 8MP in front. There are five camera modes for the rear shooter, namely, Time-Lapse, Video, Photo, Portrait, and Panorama. These are very important when it comes to capturing all the travel details. The images from the cameras have good details and color accuracy in decent lighting but tend to lose highlights when you move. The front camera has an artificial bokeh effect which is dope. Videos can be recorded up to 1080p 30fps on both rear and front camera. And I noticed that it doesn’t have any stabilization as it tends to get shaky with just the slightest of movement. When it comes to performance, the phone works smoothly because the device is powered by a 2GB RAM and about 800MB can be used for multi-tasking and gaming although you will experience unresponsiveness when you open multiple apps. The phone is definitely a great traveling companion.