Anonymous, 04 Nov 2015HTC's efforts weren't bad at all... IF they just upped the megapixel count to a decent 8MP. Bu... moreHtc's other problem was taking OIS out. Then even they jumped ship on ultra pixels instead of improving it they again neglected OIS and didn't use a good enough aperture/lense.
It was all their fault. Plus the people flare.
Like you said. Jumping to 8mp with the M8 would have helped alot. Even better 12mp. Even if for the M9. While retaining OIS abs improving the lense too
AnonD-292897, 04 Nov 2015whats next? switching to ios?How is improving technology equivelant to dramatically downgrading software?
AnonD-442781, 03 Nov 2015Nah the iPhone 6s' camera is bad because its bad (relatively), as proven by blind tests and of... moreWell I war going to prove them wrong by pointing puerile never really said it was bad because it's not. ... but then you have to join in with then and say that.
It's not bad. Is just not the amazing winner they think
Omar Mohamed, 03 Nov 2015bad move
htc tried that beforeNo HTC had a good idea.
But failed at using it correctly.
Exorcism by downgrading it rather than upgrading it in the following generations.
As well add give difference in website size, type, pixel count, lense, image processor, and image processing.
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2015Has Samesung given up on the spec sheet race? What will the spec junkies say? Sammy is now joi... moreThey were never in a race of randomly slapping specs around.
And huge difference in sensors
AnonD-18780, 03 Nov 2015Why Sammy? Influenced by iPhone 6?You mean the iphone 6 was influenced by the S5 to have phase detection.
AnonD-43677, 03 Nov 2015it is really bad...sony is planning to improve z6 to snapdragon 820,4gb ram, xenon flash, wire... moreYou're right. Android will never be ios because it left ios in the dust years ago
AnonD-450158, 04 Nov 2015You have to be stupid to call a 1/2" sensor low specs. Low specs is the iPhone with its aging ... moreanother paid samsung employee... samsung really do marketing on a cheap level lol
Give me a 1" or a 1/1.2" sensor and we will talk. Well, I may settle for 1/1.7", a format that used to be popular in enthusiast compact cameras before Sony RX100 rocked that sector.
The difference between the 1/2.3" they used so far and 1/2" is barely worth mentioning.
AnonD-442781, 03 Nov 2015Nah the iPhone 6s' camera is bad because its bad (relatively), as proven by blind tests and of... more"oh i hate apple for no reason , so what apple did are bad to me..."
Anonymous, 04 Nov 2015Do you not understand that megapixels aren't everything when it comes to picture quality?suddenly the megapixels aren't everything
Nice flagship but im still going for the microsoft lumia 950 xl. Best carl zeiss camera quality evur! Android is so power hungry.
samsung want to apple that how to make a 12MP camera . ha ha ha ....
ithehappy, 03 Nov 2015LOL! You mean sensor's size is symmetrical to megapixel count?
Didn't know that!Yes . 99% of phone sensor follow the rule "bigger Mp = bigger sensor "
The only exception is nexus 6p and 5x .
Anonymous, 03 Nov 2015Wait, low specs, isn't that Apple's thing?Do you not understand that megapixels aren't everything when it comes to picture quality?
GSMArena vision was shallow. Do you ever own Canon 1Dx, Nikon D4s? How many MP does they have when compare to their own brand mid level FF DSLR?
AnonD-442781, 03 Nov 2015Nah the iPhone 6s' camera is bad because its bad (relatively), as proven by blind tests and of... moreOh really? Did you see the Android Authority blind test results, in which the wrong phone won? The comments section is very entertaining. :-)
A bigger sensor (or sensor at same size with less pixels) means means less noise because each pixel gets more light. Buyers keeps buying higher pixel counts, so the manufacturers keep bumping them up. In this case, going back down and using a bigger sensor will mean better low light pictures (without having to downsize to reduce noise).