It was only last month when LeEco disrupted the budget smartphone market with the launch of the Le 1s, and now the recently-launched Xiaomi Redmi Note 3 is out to give its compatriot phone a tough fight. Encased in a metal body with a fingerprint sensor at back, the two phones have set new benchmarks for phones in the budget category. While there are many factors that go into deciding which has an edge over the other, we, for now, put the cameras on both the phones to test, captured the same objects with their rear lenses, and put the results against each other for you to compare. The photos here have only been cropped to fit the page width and have not been edited in any other way. You can move the slider to view and compare results. Let us know which one of the two, you think, captures better images in the comments below.