"Winner: Samsung Galaxy S5. The daylight shots were clearly superior and it does relatively okay in the dark with the flash on." So ... wait for Z3
rahulrai, 04 Jun 2014are u child .. are u playing with modes , cinema /true colour /high colour /web .. why can... moreYou better shut up dude. AMOLED is way better choice than LCD or IPS LCD or any other thingy.
Why on earth do we have to argue over two phones?!
At the end of the day, pick the one to your tastes and needs and stop bashing other phones and companies!
Hebe jebes or what!
By overall it seems the S5 won more aspects than the Z2 - tho not by much.
Tho the Z2 won me over on several keys aspects:
- Battery Life
- Lowlight-no flash Indoor photos (this is where I took my pics the most)
- Noise cancelling (which unfortunately being left out the review).
ok mr eq5555, can we conclude AMOLED/ISOcell is gimmic with punchy colours hiding details ..
1)AMOLED is greenish/bluish
2)AMOLED may burn-in in time
3) all new smartphones have better cameras with comparable image quality
make it fast ... fact is fact u have to agree
eq5555, 04 Jun 2014only at him at your cnet link s5 also better colorsu saw colours but not the noise .. !! are you serious ??
eq5555, 04 Jun 2014In cinema and pro photo mode all is good. About camera I answered. You acting like a childare u child .. are u playing with modes , cinema /true colour /high colour /web ..
why cant u agree its tinted ..
AMOLEDs are green/blue tinted which will increase with aging aand may have even burn-in .. even kids knows are u not even born ??
Android Fan, 04 Jun 2014Again agree with you. In dark areas samsung pictures are far behind Sony and HTC. s5 doesn't s... moreIn cinema and pro photo mode all is good. About camera I answered. You acting like a child
Anomynous, 04 Jun 2014yes, the tint is super annoying,it was unbearable on my Note 2, the smallest tint would turn w... moreyes i agree seriously its deal breaker ..
coz we are not using smartphone only for viewing videos with 2 huge black bands( yeah true blacks he he)
eq5555, 04 Jun 2014I answeredYou did? The tint is present no matter what. On S4 and S5 as well, its there, G Flex i dont know about but its no secret that its display was slaughtered in all reviews.
eq5555, 04 Jun 2014where is?http://www.cnet.com/news/lg-g3...to-the-test/
and the link u provide ..page61
Hold on to your seats,folks!
The Sammy and Sony fanboys are about to lay waste to the comments!!
mavsaurabh, 04 Jun 2014i just read comments . i wish to clarify some doubts and/or so called facts
Samsung s5 sti... moreAgain agree with you. In dark areas samsung pictures are far behind Sony and HTC. s5 doesn't show ANY details in shadows of dark places.
They just oversaturate colors to attract people. Whether screen,,or camera.
From what I understood, in dark areas, they oversaturate colors and put a black tint on shadows to hide noise. But what is the point of reducing noise when all of that details are gone? its just my opinion,but it's completely obvious in night shots.
They are Just using some filters to change the pictures but camera itself is very weak & the final result is not natural, but pleasing in first look. That's how they cheat people.
I tested an S5 and it performed pretty bad on multitasking. Hate the look. And don't like the picture quality. I am using note II and love it but I never gave a thumbs up of their S lineup it always under performs base on its advertisement. Held the Z2 and it feels good, snappier and have great multitasking capability. Camera is best and a beast compared to S5. Are the reviewer even know how to use a camera correctly lol.
rahulrai, 04 Jun 2014OLED's i havent seen much .. im telling about S3/note2/note3/s4/s5 .. its blue or green tinted... moreyes, the tint is super annoying,it was unbearable on my Note 2, the smallest tint would turn white to blue, when browsing the web i often found myself adjusting the angle of the phone as accurately as i could to get a good view, and still it was like it never got ok, if the bottom was ok then the middle was blue. So distracting when i actually should be reading.
My N9 wasnt that bad, it had a clearly visible green tint but it wasnt always present like on note 2.
I also tested Note 3 when it came out and i have to admit it was a lot better than Note 2 but the blue tint was still there even at small angles. i cant approve of it, and also BlackBerry is using that crap, im afraid their next high end model will also use it and then i be left with no options for buying a new phone. AMOLED is really a dealbreaker.