Best Camera phone 2015: The Final Comparative

Best Camera phone

It’s been years since the craze of megapixels in cameras broke out, not to say that, since the beginning of digital photography, manufacturers (rather marketing departments) and users have been obsessed by the number of pixels (or photocells sensitive to light) that have the sensor of a determined camera.

And not without reason that in the early days of photography, as we know it today, the resolution is so low that little could be done at the time of printing photos if one wanted to obtain a high density of points. However, currently any compact camera has a pretty decent resolution that can make small prints at 300 DPI.

And when it seemed that everything had already passed and that, finally, manufacturers, experts and users were clear that megapixels weren’t the only thing that mattered, again we return to trip over the same stone, this time in the mobile telephone market.

The camera has become one of the key components and a deciding factor when choosing a smartphone. It is usually the first thing that many people look at when buying a mobile phone and it can make a particular mobile phone model a success or a complete failure.

Compact, Reflex, or Mobile Phone?

Smartphones are suggested as substitutes for traditional cameras and although the debate is served (compact, reflex, or mobile phone?), there is no doubt that in terms of connectivity and social functions, the phones are the best as manufacturers endeavor to expand the camera specifications with Wi-Fi, NFC, Android…

I’m not saying they are not desirable and notable options in a dedicated camera, but the truth is that, needing a Wi-Fi network or a mobile hotspot to share content socially, has little to do with the smartphones. And yes, there are cameras with wireless connectivity, though I do not quite have it clear and I think they are moving with functionality and compact photographic camera specifications.

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And at this juncture in which one does not know if you travel with the SLR, the small compact carrier or choose to take pictures with mobile phone. Manufacturers strive to appeal with advertisements specifications and performance in their latest models: if the terminal with highest resolution works best in low light conditions, or the fastest burst mode with slow motion, which is even splash resistant submersible… You do not know which one to choose!

Which smartphone Has the Best Camera?

In the following, through the ratings of the smartphones of the test results in such two links as the comprehensive static photos and videos as released by the professional camera evaluation website DxOMark, we herewith list five models of smartphones with the best camera functions:

FifthSony Xperia Z2 (Score: 79)

Sony Xperia Z2

The Sony Z2 is similar to the Sony Xperia Z1, and features no significant changes in the camera configuration. This model topped the list of DxOMark’s ranking with its outstanding shooting effects, thus becoming the smartphone with the best photo effects of its time. Based on test results, as indicated by DxOMark, the Sony Xperia Z2 shoots photos with quite impressive colors and details in the outdoors and under challenging lighting situations. Meanwhile, this phone also maintains the high-speed auto focus function of Z1 and has improved focusing accuracy.

The photos shot by Sony Xperia Z2 also feature the excellent noise control and will not have the chroma noise commonly seen on other models, and they will only generate fine-grained points of light under some circumstances. Meanwhile, this smartphone can also record videos with 4K resolution, and also supports the effects of high-speed slow motion.

Sony Z2 also features even more all-rounded performances; it not only high grade waterproof and dust proof functions, it also adopts a 5.2 FullHD touch screen which adopts the IPS screen, thus improving the shortcomings of the display effects. Meanwhile, this cell phone also configured for the first time a super-large memory of 3GB, with a built-in Snapdragon 801 processor.

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Fourth, Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Z3 is also a photo-shooting smartphone that used to top the list, and although continued the use of the past camera with 20.70 million pixels, it also adopted a 25mm lens with a wider viewing angle and supports the high-sensitivity of ISO 12800, and can capture remarkable pictures under dim lighting conditions. Based on the comments from the DXOMark tests, the photos taken by this smartphone have rich image details in the outdoors and under conditions of low illumination. The noise control is also quite outstanding; the photos generally feature accurate exposures, and possess superb focusing speed and accuracy in a bright environment. In most circumstances, the colors are also satisfactory.

As for its drawbacks, there are still certain deviations in the photos’ color reproduction, and during backlit shootings under certain outdoor and low illumination conditions. Sometimes there are glares, when the flash is turned on and sometimes, the color reproduction of the photos is inaccurate. Despite all these, Sony Xperia Z3 is still quite remarkable in terms of the improvements in several areas. For example, the brightness of the configured 5.2 inch IPS touch screen was somewhat enhanced, and the water-proof performance is also quite outstanding.

Sony Z3 has a small upgrading scale in the configurations of its main hardware, and only the processor was improved to the MSM8974AC from its past Snapdragon MSM8974AB. There was no marked upgrading for specs such as, storage capacity and memory. However, regarding the applications of this cell phone, more somatosensory operation modes were added, and the cell phone can also be used as the display screen of PS4 game console. The user can still conduct gaming using the PS4’s DualShock 4 handle.

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Third:Samsung GALAXY S5

Samsung GALAXY S5

Samsung GALAXY S5 not only elevated the camera’s pixels to 16.00 million, it also adopted the ISOCELL image sensor, thus elevating the integral imaging quality; the photos are vivid, and the details are also remarkable. Meanwhile, this cell phone also added such shooting modes as HDR (Live HDR) and Selective Focus, and the former enables you to achieve the HDR effects featuring “What you see is what you get”, and the focusing selection enables users to select the focus after photo-shooting.

Since the camera’s focusing speed of Samsung GALAXY S5 was also elevated to 0.3s, it features very outstanding focusing speed during shooting. Based on the testing manifestations by DxOMark, this cell phone’s exposure, white balance and colors are satisfactory; the only drawback is that under the low illumination environment, the noises are rather high and the texture details may be lost. In addition, although it has the same scores in the link of shooting as Sony Xperia Z2, this cell phone obtained a higher score in the link of videos, and its main advantages lie in the accurate focusing and satisfactory details, and the fact that it supports the 4K video recording also contributed to the high ranking of this cell phone. 

GALAXY S5 also features the IP67 grade waterproof function, and the screen size was elevated to 5.1 inches; meanwhile, this cell phone also has a design above the Home button featuring the function of fingerprint identification. In addition to such functions as suspension previews, multi-window and smart dormancy, Samsung has also added to this cell phone the function of heart rates monitoring.

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SecondiPhone 6 (Score: 82)

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Although iPhone 6 is still provided with the camera with 8 million pixels, but this does not mean it has made no progress in the photo effects. This phone not only adopted the new 8 million pixels CMOS sensor, but the introduction of the phase-detection autofocus grants a faster speed of auto-focusing of this cell phone. During the actual tests by DxOMark, under the conditions with good illumination, iPhone 6’s automatic exposure effects are quite excellent, with the auto-focusing being rapid and accurate. Regarding the environment of indoor and outdoor lighting, the resulting photos still had very remarkable detail performances.

Despite the fact that under the circumstance of low illumination the photos taken with iPhone 6 have outstanding performances in the noise reduction and color differences, it is not flawless: a small number of photos will have color quantization and obvious Moire effects, and occasionally there will be some ghosting and stripes, thus affecting the imaging effects. Nevertheless, regarding video recording, this phone features swift and accurate auto focusing and it can be repeated, so it is the best smartphone for camera that has been tested since the formation of the “DxOMark cell phone team”.

In addition to its outstanding performance in shooting, iPhone 6 also carries the latest iOS8 system, as well as the faster A8 processor, which are capable of more demanding tasks. It adopted the 4.7 inch display screen with a 1334×750 resolution, and it us also endowed with a thin body with a thickness of 6.9mm, and it is also provided with NFC chip for the first time, and is added with the function of “Apple Pay”. It is also configured with the M8 motion coprocessor, which was especially designed for the applications in fitness workouts, and it is provided with the pressure sensor that can be used for the testing of such changes as the atmospheric pressure.

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The best: iPhone 6 Plus (Score: 82)

iPhone 6 Plus

Much like the iPhone 6 of the same family, the iPhone 6 Plus with a larger touch screen was also a model of smartphone that exceeded the score of 80 for the first time during the ratings by DxOMark. However, the reason for the top ranking of this phone was because of the addition of the OIS optical image stabilizer function. This is beneficial for the increasing of the exposure time under low illumination and also yields anti-noise performance. Meanwhile, in contrast to iPhone 6, the photos shot with iPhone 6 Plus seemed to feature fewer ghosting under the HDR mode, which can be partially attributed to the application of OIS; however, the artifacts in the video stabilization of this phone also seem to be related to OIS, thus resulting in a lower score of video stabilization in comparison with that of iPhone 6.

Of course, iPhone 6 Plus also occasionally have the phenomena of inaccurate exposure; however, generally speaking, it also features the same merits as iPhone 6: for example, it has rapid auto focusing and it featured extremely color performance under wide scale illumination, and outstanding detail noise control, etc.; meanwhile, under ideal lighting, the photos effects are extremely stable. Another advantage of iPhone 6 Plus is that it features with a 5.5-inch IPS display screen, and it supports the resolutions of 1920×1080 pixels, and it features such characteristics as true colors and a wide viewing angle, therefore, it is quite convenient to browse or edit the photos or videos during the trips.

As one of the major differences with iPhone 6, this phone features a transverse interface similar to that of an iPad, and it is provided with a battery with a bigger capacity, so it has a better performance in endurance time. The remaining features are basically the same as those of iPhone 6.

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Others:

Since Dxomark has not conducted ratings on some flagship smartphones, such as HTC Deluxe 2 and Samsung Note 4, the above ranking is actually imperfect and it cannot actually represent their shooting performances are inferior to those models listed in the above; therefore we also conducted actual testing on these two models of smartphones in comparison with iPhone 6 and Sony Z3 so as to facilitate the selections by the consumers.

During this test of comparisons, we all shot the photos with the “maximum pixels”, among which Samsung Note 4’s image scale would be rather special, because for Samsung Note 4’s maximum pixels of 16.00 million, it was only possible to opt for an image of 16:9.

Outdoor shooting:

iPhone 6 Plus

Iphone 6 Plus

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HTC Deluxe 2

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3

Samsung Note 4

Samsung Note 4

iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6 Plus

HTC Deluxe 2

HTC Deluxe 2

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3

Samsung Note 4

Samsung Note 4

iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6 plus

HTC Deluxe 2

HTC Deluxe 2

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3

Samsung Note 4

Samsung Note 4

Low light Shooting:

iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6 Plus

HTC Deluxe 2

HTC Deluxe 2

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3

Samsung Note 4

Samsung Note 4

A comparison of the shooting imaging with front lens

In addition to the rear lens, current users have increasingly higher demands on the selfie functions of the front lens; therefore, we also attached herewith a group of the indoor selfies of portraits for your references. When the photos were taken, the skin-enhancing functions of these four models of cell phones were all turned off so as to present the realest photo effects.

iPhone 6 Plus

iPhone 6 Plus

HTC Deluxe 2

HTC Deluxe 2

Sony Xperia Z3

Sony Xperia Z3

Samsung Note 4

Samsung Note 4

Conclusion

The actual shootings revealed that the cameras feature their individual special functions, and it also proved that the number of pixels do not necessarily correlate to imaging quality.

For example, the Butterfly 2’ white balance is biased to yellow, and the brightness is rather dim; meanwhile, it performs relatively poor for night shots. However, based on several images shot outdoors, Butterfly 2’ resolution range is actually not only excellent, but also its front lens is the highest among the four models. Among the four models of cell phones, Xperia Z3 features the shooting function featuring the most outstanding pixels, and the degree of the lens’ wide angles, features marked advantages; however, due to the fact that the exposure of the integral imaging is also rather high, the color saturations of some images will be markedly lower.

The Samsung Note 4 had excellent performance for sharpness resolution range. It also had remarkable performances in integral color saturation and white balance, with the only pity being that the viewing angle tended to be a bit narrow. As for the rear lens of iPhone 6 Plus, its pixels was the lowest. Although there weren’t many surprises in the actual images, its integral performance was rather stable, especially in the dimly lit scenes. Along with Note 4, it also had excellent performances, and it can be seen that the OIS optical image stabilizer still features differences in the actual effects. It is worth noting that during the comparisons of the front lens imaging, iPhone 6 Plus with a front lens of only 1.2 million pixels is the model that had the most remarkable color performance.

Hre we list these five smartphones detail specs, hoping it’s helpful for you to choose:

  iPhone 6 Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Note 4 Sony Xperia Z3 HTC Butterfly 2
 

iPhone 6

Samsung Galaxy S5 Samsung Note 4 Sony Xperia Z2 HTC Butterfly 2
Camera
Type and size of sensor

BSI CMOS 1/3"

Isocell sensor 1/2.6"

IMX240 sensor(US version) 1/2.6"

Exmor RS sensor 1/2.3" BSI sensor 1/2.3
Effective resolution 8 MPíx 16 Megapixel 16 Megapixel 20.7-megapixel 13 megapixel
Flash

Dual LED flash

LED flash LED flash LED flash

Dual LED flash

Focal (35mm equivalent)

29 mm

31 mm

31 mm

25 mm 28 mm
Aperture f/2.2 f/2.2 f/2.2  f/2.0 f/2.0
Maximum sensitivity ISO 32-2500 ISO 2000 ISO 800

ISO 3200

No data

Front-facing camera 1.2-megapixel 2.1 megapixels 3.7MP 2.2-megapixel 2.1 megapixels
Other Key Specs
Display 4.7-inch multitouch IPS LCD 5.1-inch FHD Super AMOLED 5.7” Quad HD Super AMOLED 5.2 iches IPS LCD 5.0 inch IPS LCD
Resolution 750 x 1334 1920 x 1080 2560 x1440 1920 x 1080 1920 x 1080
Chipset Apple A8 + M8 coprocessor Qualcomm MSM8974AC Snapdragon 801

Qualcomm Snapdragon 805 APQ8084

Qualcomm MSM8974AB
Snapdragon 801

Qualcomm Snapdragon 801

Processor Dual core, 1400 MHz, 64-bit

Quad-core 2.5 GHz Krait 400

Quad core, 2.7 GHz, Krait 450

Quad core, 2500 MHz, Krait 400 Quad core, 2500 MHz, Krait 400
GPU

PowerVR G6450

Adreno 330 Adreno 420 Adreno 330 Adreno 330
Storage 16GB/64GB/128GB 16/32 GB,
microSD: up to 128 GB
32/64GB, microSD support 16 GB
microSD: up to 128 GB
16/32 GB
microSD: up to 128 GB
Ram 1 GB 2 GB 3 GB 3 GB 2 GB
Battery

Non-removable 1810 mAh

Removable 2800mAh

Removable 3320mAh

Non-removable 3100 mAh

Non-removable 2700mAh

Working time (3G)

Standby time: 250hrs, Talk time: 14hrs

Standby time: 390hrs, Talk time: 21hrs

Talk time: 20hrs

Standby time: 920 hrs,
Talk time:
16 hrs

Standby time: 643 hrs,
Talk time:
24 hrs

NFC yES Yes Yes Yes Yes
OS IOS 8 Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat) Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat) Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat) Android OS, v4.4.2 (KitKat)
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Sample images comparison:

Making a 100% comparison of this type is nearly impossible. All these smartphones have different sensors, optics and resolution, but we have tried as far as possible taking photos under the same conditions for all. We took the photos in automatic mode which is used by most people and with the same intensity of light, without additional effects or additional activated features, like night mode for night shots. Here is the result.

General Daytime Scene:

Samsung Galaxy S5:

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: The differences in these daylight photos are small, maybe one or two among the photos, but they are noticeable. The HTC One M8 shows a bad white balance, while the Xperia Z2 shows some slightly saturated colors, giving a somewhat artificial feel to the image. The iPhone 5s captures too much light in this shoot. The two cameras that are the most balanced are from the Galaxy S5 and the Lumia 1020, although the latter achieves greater white balance and sharpness.

Winner: Lumia 1020. (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

General Daytime Scene, mixing light and shadows

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: The photos from the Galaxy S5 have a good white balance, sharpness and exposure. In comparison, we see how the HTC M8 and the Xperia Z2 has a maladjusted white balance, with lighter colors than the real ones. The Lumia 1020 is almost perfect but has slightly saturated colors, especially in the green color, which doesn’t show in the Galaxy S5. The photo from the iPhone 5s does not have adequate dynamic range.

Winner: Galaxy S5 (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

Daytime macros

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: This is a good photo to check the color fidelity and saturation. The Galaxy S5 achieves a great balance of colors compared to HTC M8 and the Xperia Z2 again. On the M8, the red foreground appears dull and on the Xperia Z2 very exposed. The sharpness of the Lumia 1020 is perfect, but again saturates the colors. The white balance and sharpness in the iPhone 5s are not the best.

Winner: Galaxy S5 (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

Interior scene, side light

Samsung Galaxy S5
HTC One M8
HTC One M8
Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: In this photo shoot there was an important light coming in from the window on the left. The white balance from daytime photos in the Galaxy S5 is not quite right, too dark and with yellow/orange tones. The HTC One M8 and the Z2 are on the opposite sides. In both the image sharpness from the window area is not adequate. The Lumia 1020 achieves the best balance in color and sharpness, especially in the area of the spotlight.

Winnder: Lumia 1020. (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

Zoom test

In this test we will add to the original photo and just below the same scene with 100% zoom.

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: if you look at the image with zoom at the maximum, we see that the differences are quite clear in sharpness. The Galaxy S5 does a good job, better than the HTC One M8 (with more noise and worse white balance) and the Xperia Z2 (which shows a worse definition in maximum zoom). The best image is from the Lumia 1020, in definition, exposure and color balance. The iPhone 5s isn’t bad, but not up to the standards of the Lumia 1020 or Galaxy S5 on this front.

Winner: Lumia 1020 (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

Night scene with Spotlight

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: This is a complete photo shot at night, but with a pilot light in the foreground. It is clear that all but the Lumia 1020 are more exposed, showing an incorrect white balance: the color of the building is too dull and the spotlight is too white. The only shortcoming of the 1020 is that it slightly saturates the color, but it is the most balanced picture on all parameters.

Winner: Lumia 1020 (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

Nighttime Macro

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: This is probably the most complex of all the photos: at night with a spotlight at a great distance. The Galaxy S5 sensor fails to capture enough light to get a decent picture, while the HTC One goes to the opposite side, with an over exposed image. The Z2 does a great job, but fails to properly focus the foreground. The top two are the iPhone 5s and Lumia 1020, although the 5s has a worse color balance.

Winner: Lumia 1020 (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

Night Scene

Samsung Galaxy S5

HTC One M8

Sony Xperia Z2

Nokia Lumia 1020

iPhone 5s

Conclusion: Another difficult photo to take – at night, with an illuminated main object, but with moving cars often in the foreground. The difficulty here is to get exposure and correct white balance in auto mode. For the Galaxy S5 and Xperia Z2, the images are too exposed and clear. The Lumia 1020 this time does not adequately capture the colors and image of the iPhone 5s even though it is slightly off. The HTC One M8 achieves a better balance between light, color and sharpness.

Winner: HTC One M8. (Price and user Reviews on Amazon)

4. Conclusions

The main conclusion of this test, above all, is that we have five smartphones with a high quality camera. The iPhone 5s is probably the one left behind, but it is also the oldest. If Apple wants to come out of this list in 2014, it will have to strive a lot with the iPhone 6 camera to have a high quality camera.

The Lumia 1020 was presented in 2013, but remains for now the best smartphone for photography, with 5 of the 8 tests offering the best result. The Galaxy S5 is in second place. The Sony Xperia Z2 and HTC One M8 make good pictures, but not as high quality as the Galaxy S5 or Lumia 1020 in many situations. They do not disappoint at all, but they have to aspire to be the best high-end smartphone: the competition is brutal

17 Comments - Leave a comment
  1. wtkace says:

    Just grab a normal mini tripod for Lumia 1020 4 sec of shutter speed, you will realize none of the smartphone came close either.

  2. mixu Karjalaiska says:

    Lumia 1020 Is only have deacent flash.Xenon +Led.

  3. Veka says:

    Nice comparsion!

    Like to point out that chart is missing one point why I bought Lumia 1020 back in 2013.
    It has a dual flash LED and XENON not just one LED! Well then an engineer from Nokia who
    was a part of designing that “monster camera” told me to force phone to not use flash.
    Low light pictures look nicer if you have steady enough hand to cope with exposure time.

    Are you planning to test iPhone6 as some calim it is the best camera in phone now?

  4. Tayo Victor says:

    Wow…nice one buh I think u were bias in some judgments..buh anyways, thumbs up.

  5. Ken says:

    This is helpful, but one of my criteria is shutter response time. I,like many people, take more pictures of people (kids, family gatherings, etc) and capturing moments as the happen us very important. I haven’t found a single review or spec sheet that even mentions response time. Please consider including that in your next reviews.

    • Jaymond says:

      I agree. Response time is most important for those of us with kids. That’s auto-focus time and accuracy with moving subjects and shot to shot time. Because I am a parent the camera is the most important feature of my smartphone and thus I keep coming back to the iPhone though I prefer Android OS. I love loved the new Moto X but the focus was frequently off. I hoped the Droid Turbo Would save me but the jump to 21mp from 13mp just Slowed the camera down to the point of being unusable IMHO.

  6. ahmed munawar says:

    nice job, but i think u should add nokia lumia 1520 (21 megapixels) in this comparison, although it was nice

  7. richard says:

    I am an American living in the Philippines. I have been trying to buy a Nokia 1020 for months. The only ones I can find are second hand used ones or online sales with questionable sellers and no warranty. No store in Manila has one. Why are they so hard to find? Where can a get one from a reputable dealer with warranty?

    RJC

  8. arjun says:

    It would be good to add LG G3 and MotoX/Droid to the list. Or perhaps the new Moto series once released. We should see some comparison of Clearpixel vs. Ultrapixel vs megapixels. The laser focus of LG G3 should be tested here.

  9. pete says:

    what about huawei ascend p7? I’d like to see how it compares. it’s got a 13 mpix camera, so I think it’d be an interesting comparison, especially with the iphone and samsung galaxy s5.

    Let’s not forget about the galaxy s4 zoom or samsung galaxy k zoom.

  10. Richard says:

    Makes a refreshing change for someone to not say that iPhone is the best. Nice to read a good honest and well written review.

  11. shadee says:

    for me iphone 5s is the best!! very natural!

  12. gj says:

    Hi! great review. can you please give us your comparision for front camera photo output among those mobile units aside their megapixel computation? i was so amazed how lumia overwhelms other popular units. thanks!

  13. Raducan Ionut says:

    Hello! Please tell me with what camera firmware, baseband firmware and android version did you make the analysis – I’m talking about Samsung Galaxy S4. Thank you in advance! Best regards!

  14. EP says:

    Well, it looks like the HTC One did pretty well here if things like lack of noise, lack of distortion, responsive shutter, lack of vignetting, and good white balance are the measure. Not sure how you get the s4 is better. Certainly it is faster with flash (flash pics suck)and can get a few more fps, but neither of those are the measure of a good camera. The resolution is where HTC is behind, but of course with only 4mp, and yet, the photo of resolution shows it is sharper, albiet less lines per cm.

  15. nadeem riffat says:

    Great work! Full marks!

  16. sami says:

    samsung s4 zoom c101 is the best,

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