Innocent.TJ, 27 Nov 2014which is better isocell or sony imx240??From what I've seen in websites' tests the Sony has the advantage. But I rather see a user review before I give my last opinion.
Noticing the quality from both sensors I'd be happy with any of them. Since it's the first from Samsung I think it started pretty well and it has only to grow from here now.
I have the Note 4 SM-N910C and its from Hungary and i have the Sony IMX240 sensor.
for those who needs this, Note 4 Exynos Antutu scores ~49600.
Battery is ok. meniu performance is ok. No complains about exynos at all
i have an samsung note 4 n910c ( exynos varyant) and i vahe sony sensor
P.s. i live in romania.
[deleted post]sorry mate can you rephrase your statement. i would like to know ur opinion bro. thanks.
i'm using exynos chipset. my device model number sm-n910cq.
ISP Ver Check: Sony_IMX240_FIMC_IS
Yes, the Exynos battery is horrible, how do you know about the snap Dragon version? Have you tried it? I would replace mine
Plus if both the S5 s801 with isocell and the S5 s805 with sony sensor had identical performance with phase detecting
then why can't the Sony sensor in the note 4?
plus GSM supposedly claims the focus improved from the S5.
Interesting. If true I was wondering if they sound do something like this..
They technically did the reverse with the S5 and then the Korean s5 S805
Mine is N910C from malaysia, it's come with sony IMX240 sensor as well.
camera fw :
Rear : Sony_Imx240_Fimc_IS
Front : SLSI_S5K6D1YX_FIMC_IS
So - the 1st column is Note 4 with Sony sensor, 2nd column is Note 4 with Samsung sensor and 3rd column is S5 with Samsung sensor? And the Samsung sensor used in the Note 4 and S5 are the same yet different? Confusing.
The only way to be sure is to test also the Note 4 with Samsung sensor (and cpu).
Wrong! My N910C Exynos also has Sony IMX240 so you are saying something incorrect.
ECHLN, 27 Nov 2014So the Exynos is better then? That's the one i have i have. I know that the Exynos is 64bit re... moretuening off print services in the nfc and sharing will also save power as the phone nolonger searches for printers. in short try to explore the phones features and select the ones that u use regularly on and the others leave them off as i see no need to keep an unused system device on as it will consume power.good luck buddy.
I agree, the s5 takes great good light photos, possibly the best of any phone, but low light it is poor compared to most. Sent from my S5