Wanted true and real tests realise by users and night pictures with flash! Do you know if LED flash is the Philips Luxeon ?
How much framerates that You Tube presents in it's every video?
The 30 fps that Apple promised in iPhone 4 video recording looks FAIL !!
With the New iPhone having a different shape / form will it still fit into peoples docks, stereo stands etc?
It seems to me as Apple have gone in the opposite direction to all other Phoe companies by having Curvacious smooth Phones to New Square blocky phones.
Pictures look ok but the quality of the video clip is not that great. I disagree with GSMArena when they say it's the best so far. Samsung Wave HD video is alot better in my opinion.
Despite of the lighting conditions being optimal, there is grainy noise in the sky. Überhyped iPhone 4... nothing special.
you mean recording is better than the vivaz?? or is the gsmarena just biased
For those who can't see how awesome the 720p video quality is:
1. Make sure you check out the ORIGINAL 720p file before YouTube compression. It's linked in the above post and looks way better before the inevitable detail and sharpness loss when converting to YouTube (even YouTube 720p removes a ton of picture quality).
2. Try to view the video it's native resolution of 1280x720p, that way you're not seeing any scaling artifacts that can be introduced by poor video card/monitor scaling when resizing the picture.
It it's original H.264 .mov format at 1280x720 it looks stunning. Hands down the best quality from any mobile phone capable of HD recording. If you can't see this you have serious eyesight issues or no experience with HD video.
Nice looking photo's obviously no where near the amount of editing of the apple samples though but still nice. The video though looked like it was duplicating frames to me (could be very wrong though)
To be honest, even my old N82 takes better pics than this. Anyways, its still better than a 3.2MP on 3GS.
Not bad samples, but nowhere near the "perfect" samples provided by Apple (color saturation and resolve detail near the corners). If Apple posted similar samples the first time, I think no one would criticise them, but as always they wanted to fool everyone and released super samples. That's Apple for you ;-)
On our Dell U2711 the iPhone 4 720P video looks excellent, even blown up to 2560 x 1440 res. Not bad.
not bad but have seen better an many other phones. A step up from the 3gs but thats nothing groundbreaking