The Galaxy S9/S9+ launch is just right around the corner and Samsung has dropped a couple of teaser videos for their upcoming flagship smartphone. From the original invite, imaging will be its key focus as it aims to reimagine the camera and to redefine the way you share your moments.
If you’re wondering what it has to offer, check out the teaser videos after the break.
Well, the German optical systems manufacturer is coming back to Nokia phones as they’ve just signed an exclusive partnership with HMD Global to “set new imaging standards within the smartphone industry”.
OnePlus can make a mean flagship smartphone. It’s shown time and time again with its flagship OnePlus One, 2, plus the latest 3 and 3T. They’ve attracted somewhat of a cult following in the consumer space and have thrived in it.
But one of the things OnePlus fans have always felt their devices lack, myself included, is the a truly great camera. Well, with the upcoming OnePlus 5, it looks like they’re listening to us and are pouring a not insignificant amount of resources into making sure they nail this one aspect.
Yep, we’re doing it. A massive camera comparison with every single high-end flagship smartphone we could get our hands on. Six handsets, seven different tests, and one table.
This is SoyaCincau’s epic flagship smartphone camera comparison. Want to know which flagship smartphone takes the best photos? Well, now you can see and decide for yourself.
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The big news this week is Samsung’s massive launch of their brand new flagship smartphone — the Galaxy S8 and S8+. Both these phones have amazing specs and groundbreaking design, but one thing which seems to have remained the same is its camera.
So, does that mean this new S8 doesn’t have a camera capable of mixing it with the big boys of 2017? Well, I’ll leave that to you to decide.
Mobile World Congress is a place where OPPO loves to showcase their technological breakthroughs. Last year, we saw a new fast-charging standard that topped up a smartphone’s battery in just 15 minutes. We also saw the SmartSensor three axis sensor stabilisation.
This year, OPPO is focusing on smartphone camera zoom and this is what they’ve come up with. It utilises two sensors and a periscope-style lens structure.
This is it, the boffins at DxOMark have put the Apple iPhone 7 through its paces in their rigorous tests and have come up with an answer to how well it stacks up against the other smartphones in the world right now. The answer? Well, it got the third best score DxOMark has ever given out.
Smartphone cameras are getting better in each iteration and the latest Galaxy S7 edge continues to raise the bar higher. Although it was downsized from 16MP to 12MP, the new Galaxy gets a brighter f/1.7 lens, larger pixels and faster focus thanks to its new Dual-Pixel sensor.
DxOMark, the camera benchmark authority has just named the Galaxy S7 edge as the new smartphone champion with an overall score of 88. This knocks out the Xperia Z5, which they previously crowned as the best camera on a smartphone.
Windows Phone has never had a proper champion. Not one that was on par with the big boys at Android. Much like Apple, it always banked on its “OS optimisations” to keep things running smooth despite the less than stellar specifications. This time, though, it seems Microsoft have come out swinging, pulling out all the stops for their latest device, the Lumia 950 XL.
Is it any good though?
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According to a report published in 2013, over 90% of people who have ever taken a photo in their life have only done so on a phone, not a traditional or standalone camera. That is a staggering number of people if you think about it, especially taking into consideration the keyword in that phrase is ‘ever’. Which means that, even two years ago, when smartphone cameras were arguably worse than they are now, people still defaulted to them for that snapshotting needs. This is completely understandable simply because a smartphone is more portable, usually cheaper and are just generally more convenient.
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