I love how people fight on cameras on phone these days rather on the phone it self. For an android super zoom, get a nexus 4 with a $250-$350 point and shoot camera which would be more pleasing and cheaper than getting an s4-5 zoom. Some point and shoots can send pics to phones without wifi.
mclarenfan1968, 17 Mar 2014Lol HTC M8? you must be smoking something good, That is rubbish 4MP Ultra pixel nonsense. Ever... moreFor argument sake, give me marvellous features on Z2 which makes it unique in the market AND I'll tell U what makes M8 unique in the market. Are U up for the challenge? Nonetheless, HTC for life no matter what
a comparison video on youtube shows xperia Z2 have better display than note 3..... ips lcd with triluminos & live colour led + x reality makes Z2 display best screen to the date....
while amoled display is known for vivid and wide viewing angles.but Z2 display is having more vivid colour & better viewing angles than note 3.....not saying note 3 has bad screen.its best among the other amoleds but Z2 has a superior display.
the video comparison is not done in english but can see the note 3 screen look washed out at extreme angles against vivid ips lcd of Z2.moreover colours are also more accurate on Z2.
click this link to see video:
mclarenfan1968, 17 Mar 2014Lol HTC M8? you must be smoking something good, That is rubbish 4MP Ultra pixel nonsense. Ever... moretypical samsung fanboy! HTC at least, is taking a different route to innovation.
Samsung still has to bring us optical image stabilization. Maybe on Galaxy 10?
keke, 17 Mar 2014I like it this way for Samsung so that the vast majority of people will switch to HTC M8. HTC ... moreLol HTC M8? you must be smoking something good, That is rubbish 4MP Ultra pixel nonsense. Everything else on it outdated and hardly anything new. Moto G has more going for it to be taken seriously than some HTC rehash that isn't worth half the their asking price.
Sony Z2 seems more likely to take accolades given S5's problems and poor showing.
Anonymous, 17 Mar 2014The 2013 HTC One's camera is rather crappy, so if the 2014 HTC One's camera is the same I won'... moreDid you read the article? What has htc got to the with the article. It's about samsung not htc. Do you have learning difficulty?
Anonymous, 17 Mar 2014Why dont they cont use sony bsi sensor ? Its proven provide very good quality photo on galaxy ... moreDid you not read the article? The sensor's not the problem, it's the lens assembly they're struggling with. And I'm not surprised they are either; when Nokia asked Carl Zeiss to make a 6 element lens they had to come up with a new way of building and aligning the stack and Zeiss are perhaps the best leans makers in the world, so it's no surprise that Samsung are struggling to follow suit.
The 2013 HTC One's camera is rather crappy, so if the 2014 HTC One's camera is the same I won't be impressed.
Why dont they cont use sony bsi sensor ? Its proven provide very good quality photo on galaxy s3 s4 note 2 note 3 etc ......
Plus its cheap and thin and small in size .
Anonymous, 17 Mar 2014A possible delay does not mean all that. However hopefully HTC can build on the success of th... moreNo logic to your assessment perhaps you're a hardcore fan of Samsung. Back to business, Samsung is under the massive pressure than any company, no wonder why they do swift things. After the launch of IPhone 5s the next day Samsung said, they're going for 64 bit. They release phones after phones. what does that tells you? The lens in their s5 it's a mess, because Z2 & M8 have spread like HIV. HTC for life no matter what
Yeah it's a typical business strategy for Samsung to make changes on camera quality for their Galaxy S5 model. I too would like to switch to HTC One 2014 model. This phone has good specs.
They are going to quietly change the camera to an inferior version and launch this instead in other markets. Be careful. Typical Samsung tactic.
keke, 17 Mar 2014I like it this way for Samsung so that the vast majority of people will switch to HTC M8. HTC ... moreA possible delay does not mean all that.
However hopefully HTC can build on the success of the One and M8. Youre also not accounting for how long it takes to release the M8.
In the meantime...lets just praise some really bad luck on a company just cause I favor another one and troll their page.