why not use tizen os for your phones samsung then fight it to the market. dont use android because that is a big points that carries your phones.
just buy asus zenfone zoom. this will blow you 3x inside door or outside. 3x c4 is coming.
TechLover1, 25 Jul 2017Haha.Great.
mmj321, 24 Jul 2017Dayuum! Can't wait for the note 8Haha.
Hopefully it will be a great combination for an outstanding photography.
It will be exactly like iphone's 7 camera. There is no optical zoom thanks to a zoom lens, it is a sensor with less degrees for the field of view. So the picture captured by the "zoom" camera will be bigger. The main camera have around 80° opening, the "zoom" camera have 50° opening. So will result a bigger picture. It is a cheap marketing gimmick. This is why i want more and more pixels, over 25 mp: i can crop as i want, no need of gimmicks.
Savor , 24 Jul 2017Perfect camera duos - Note8 with 3x optical zoom and G6 or V30 with wide-angle. Maybe get ... moreThe Pixel gives you unlimited full resolution back ups. Storage shouldn't be an issue. Just back everything up to the cloud. The only real issue is your data plan.
mmj321, 24 Jul 2017Dx0 isn't trustworthy maybe but s8 has the best camera in a smartphone DxO might not trustworthy when talk about smartphone in general, but they are one of the most recommended website when people looking for camera and especially camera sensor reference.
Perfect camera duos -
Note8 with 3x optical zoom and G6 or V30 with wide-angle. Maybe get the G6 for smaller size.
The best combo from last year is iPhone 7 Plus and V20. The V20 does have the superior sensor over the G5 although it does suffer in other areas. I usually have two holster cases and when I travel, I think I plan to bring only my V20 and Pixel. The Pixel is the perfect size and pretty nice in low light.
I may never get a Samsung again because I hate their bloated, laggy, glitchy software. S7 edge does take nice photos in the dark but its software experience is too much of an annoyance for me as well as the curved display nonsense when trying to type.
The iPhone 8 or whatever isn't an option either because I despise iOS' boring UI and restrictions. And it well be glass rear again. So the iPhone 7 Plus and V20 really does make the perfect camera duo balance with metal backs and better software experience. My ideal is really the phones I own now but I don't experience 2x optical.
V20 (better low light, wide) + Pixel (size, HDR+)
The knock on the Pixel is no microSD slot. I only have 12 gb left without putting any videos or photos on it. I am waiting what type of camera the Nokia 8 will bring but it doesn't have microSD slot either. Thinking of buying a $80+ 200gb PNY microSD, that's why. Future proof for storing 1080p and 4K videos.
mmj321, 24 Jul 2017You have no idea what you are talking aboutagree, he had no idea what he was talking about.
Bebe Rexha, 24 Jul 2017If there's one that really nailed the greatest use of dual camera, it's Huawei.
After the deb... moreYou goto be kidding me. Some of the photos are nice i agree but i saw a review and despite lacking the hardware, S8 still did slightly better overall.
no, S8 plus has the best camera :P
mmj321, 24 Jul 2017You have no idea what you are talking aboutAt least I have the brain to think and tell you that I know what I'm saying :)
Kangal, 24 Jul 2017Yeah, sounds good on paper or advertisements.
But will it translate to actually noticeable im... morePeople there are photographers.
They know how to extract whole potential.
Not point and shoot test that ignore the fact some situations you need manual.
Auto is not apropriated for all situations.
People get angry because Samsung and Apple never get the highest score in the end of year.
If there's one that really nailed the greatest use of dual camera, it's Huawei.
After the debut of monochrome+RGB setup on the P9, Huawei's photography skill truly increased by a margin, and often beat Samsung in that regards.
I tried the standard Huawei P10 and totally fell in love to the still photos it takes - natural, detailed, clear, just superb and I can only imagine Sony achieving something similar. I guess Huawei's approach to dual camera is the best one as of now, and not those gimmicky wide angle lenses (GoPro's exist and can take much better pictures and videos as well as more flexible, so what's the point?) or telephoto zooming (that lacks OIS and useless in low light).
I'll bet that the price will hit the same level as the coming iPhone 8/x/anniversary/edition what ever the name will be..
Yeah, sounds good on paper or advertisements.
But will it translate to actually noticeable improvements in a practical or real-world scenario?
And if so, how can we make sure of it, or quantify the performance?
Is DXoMark trustworthy anymore?