You have in your question, in my opinion, somewhat vague evaluation criteria. Best of all, the accuracy know, oddly enough, printers - they have the experience appropriate (to configure equipment is necessary when changing the ink type and paper), and specials. the references in hand. And the accuracy of the human eye - how many of these eyes, so many opinions. And even if the owner of these eyes one, then, too, there are options... Here's my example: recently bought a new smartphone Meizu Note 9, made photos quality like. Bought it about Google Camera (people - GCam) - pictures are even better. Included in GCam HDR+ mode and they were just gorgeous. I think the last option you did not come to be, because there oversaturated colors, but I really like "I see"
And that's not all, there are still issues:
1. The result of filming will only show on the smartphone screen or on a large monitor, too? How are you going to take into account the difference of the color profile of the screen?
2. To print on paper will? If Yes, then the printer will add its own distortion, which also need to be adjusted.
And finally, about the subject. Exler's is an interesting overview of the recommendation
and in the range of $200...300 he advises 8X and Huawei Honor P20 Lite, with hints that more cool Huawei P30 lite the price is reduced and will soon also be included in this range.