AnonD-425519, 17 Aug 2017Pixel is still way better (I have it). In fact, indoor shots with the Pixel are nicer than tho... moreYou do not know the weather, but you judge by few sample pictures???
I'll keep polite. Will keep you write stupid things. They speak for you.
Also to GSMArena - such short preview, without any details, without video?!? You didn't comment or show camera interface.
Where is the video? Are you been there or just take someone photos and thoughts?
If that was blind test and I was asked to put smartphone in the certain price range I would say: It is midrange smartphone at best. Quite average dynamic range, degraded detail too. I am also taking into consideration weather conditions however in comparison to my Pixel it fades away by a mile.
AnonD-145316, 17 Aug 2017Considering the dull weather I can say those must be outstanding samples from Nokia 8!, no ove... morePixel is still way better (I have it). In fact, indoor shots with the Pixel are nicer than those outdoor shots with the Nokia 8.
This is not a good try from Nokia to be honest. The lens used seems cheap and I'm sad that they chose a small sensor.
They're not outstanding actually because Nokia used to do A LOT better with their 3 to 5 year old phones :(. However, they're on the right track and I hope they get to where they were.
I do find some pictures blurry (not from movement) though, as if the lens is of lower quality, strange. I hope they fix that.
Considering the dull weather I can say those must be outstanding samples from Nokia 8!, no over expore like other flagship
wow, sorry but that main camera pics are pretty crappy for a flagship and moreso 'carl zeiss' optics. glad I didn't wait for this phone.
nothing special, although that could be given the conditions in london, looks very dull, perhaps a poor choice of shots to really test the camera, i will hold of judgement until some better tests have been taken, to early to judge i think based on those samples alone
The camera is awesome, so those peter, love the guy on the pic