Really, 25 Feb 2016You could be anything on the internet. You chose to be an idioit.You commented on his comment. What that say bout you?
Later onwards, iPhone 8 is going to copy this feature, and iSheep be like, "This is such an amazing innovation! Bet others going to copy this feature too." Sad, just sad .
These changes should truly improve focus speed and low-light shooting, but does anyone know if there will be any improvement in dynamic range?
.Rasputin, 03 Mar 2016It's hard to understand something when you think that everything that flies and can eat ..:)Again with the meaningless sentence. Just stop.
aceofgenerations, 23 Feb 2016Wow at least try to write something I understand. It's hard to understand something when you think that everything that flies and can eat ..:)
Kolbycool, 26 Feb 2016Hi any comments on the Samsung speaker on bottom side of the device?
How is the sound? Good q... moreThe on the S7 is poor,I would wait for the M10, HTC have something up their sleeves when it comes to audio and camera.
Watch this space!
Hi any comments on the Samsung speaker on bottom side of the device?
How is the sound? Good quality? Decent lows? How is the volume?
I am coming from an HTC One M7 and a bit worried about losing too much sound quality ...
S0ME0NE, 24 Feb 2016actually the Canon 7D already had this ages ago.
and some higher tier Nikons too.I'm aware that Canon's 70D and 7D use this technology, but does it use for all the pixels?
I thought they have a limited area which has these autofocus pixels.
3bed, 23 Feb 2016you do know that this web is rubbish right? i know samsung said the they were ranked first by ... moreok... as dxo mark is one of the most trusted for camera ratings when Galaxy S6 was number 1 but when the Xperia Z5 outranked them people are now calling them fraud... wtf i guess shamesung fans where not happy and voted them down... guess what? there numbers are incredible big... sony fans even dont have 1/8 of that number.
and provide me the link where your real reviews comes from please...
Samarth N8 808 user, 23 Feb 2016Guys, do you think Canon and Nikon could learn from this tech? I think its amazing for videos ... morehmmm Canon has had this technology... Check their EOS 70D. I'm sure Samsung has licensed it from Canon.
Samarth N8 808 user, 23 Feb 2016Guys, do you think Canon and Nikon could learn from this tech? I think its amazing for videos ... moreactually the Canon 7D already had this ages ago.
and some higher tier Nikons too.
Guess, 23 Feb 2016Rightttt. Its Samsung. So let's just say whatever they do is useless and gimmicky. Correctly. To know that I like Samsung phones in general. But when you realize such a strange and ugly phone as S7, then I can't tell the truth about what it looks like and especially with trivial parts facilities. A company that is not complying with the procedure, in such way.
Guys, do you think Canon and Nikon could learn from this tech? I think its amazing for videos & DSLRs could use it well, although they're not bad right now....
From the video posted at the end it doesn't look like it works as well as they want us to believe.. It struggled 2 or 3 times from what i can tell. LG V10's laser focus system is on par with this. Although the person in the video was moving the phone entirely too fast, i would love to see this and the LG V10 going to head to head in a more comprehensive review. We shall see that soon enough :)