jason, 28 Jun 2020stop talking absloute nonsense, sure the chip is inferior but comparing Samsung to Nokia is ab... moreDo you have any idea what you are talking about?
Nokia was a big giant in this sector!
Samsung could only dream of being Nokia!
But now like around couple of decades, we clearly see where these 2 companies are.
Nokia, was superior even with their Symbian os.
Anything from USA has got a strong Marketing strategy (Apple, Android, Microsoft, Amazon...)
Their cunning marketing campaign has ripped apart a lot of Giants like Nokia.
You may claim Nokia went with Microsoft, but its a whole different story.
Still worse than P40 pro.
Why so many fuss around???
If they cant beat Mark III by Cannon or Hubble telescope camera capabilities its not interested no matter how many megapixels they add,
Skk, 28 Jun 2020If Samsung dont stop using Exynos processor then its fate will be like Nokia.Meanwhile s1 to s8 exynos was superior. So for a couple chips snapdragon is superior. Get over it. And the next one will be at least even.
Skk, 28 Jun 2020If Samsung dont stop using Exynos processor then its fate will be like Nokia.Samsung is going to launch Exynos with RDNA gpu... most likely from 2021 on flagship devices.
Skk, 28 Jun 2020If Samsung dont stop using Exynos processor then its fate will be like Nokia.stop talking absloute nonsense, sure the chip is inferior but comparing Samsung to Nokia is absolutely clueless
If Samsung dont stop using Exynos processor then its fate will be like Nokia.
But unlucky EU/Asia Regions gonna get Crappynos Variant at same price value of the superior Snapdragon Variant with trash performance.
Duck of death, 27 Jun 2020Two of those phones relies on the exact same type of pixel binning Samsung uses, the third man... moreAlright. I know which manufacturer you are talking about.
"Notorious" for having subpar image proccesing? Yes, until 2019-2020. That's where the ISP of that manufacturer's phones greatly improved and started beating samsung galaxy phones. Just look at the camera comparisons!
TSi Power, 27 Jun 2020Huawei & Oppo can still go without binning since they have larger pixel pitchArguing for a sub spec to win is classic non-arguing.
Which sensor has the largest area? Which sensor is better at accurately weed out flawed sub pixels?
Evolution is leaving you behind. In a few years, we will probably see sensors with up towards half a billion sub pixels. Because the maths works and it's simple. In fact, it is so brilliant even mirrorless camera manufacturers are looking into this, even though they're often hand picking sensors to weed out those with flaws. It just works better because there is no factory in the world able to produce identical, flawless sensors in the millions.
Duck of death, 27 Jun 2020Two of those phones relies on the exact same type of pixel binning Samsung uses, the third man... moreHuawei & Oppo can still go without binning since they have larger pixel pitch
TSi Power, 27 Jun 2020That's why I have warned people not to be fooled by quantity, look for the quality. Pixel and ... moreStfu, best example is Ultrawide camera on Find X2 Pro vs S20U.
Despite being regular Bayer sensor, S20U fails to capture as good images as compared to Find X2 pro Ultrawide which has Quad Bayer 48mp.
It's all in the processing.
TSi Power, 27 Jun 2020far more detail with far more noise!I'll rather have some noise with more details than (clean looking) noise free images which lack details like on the Huawei p40 pro when zoomed in.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 2020Usually the 12 megapixel images are not downsampled. Pixel binning is a completely different t... moreMan are you gonna nitpick terms?
Afcourse I meant pixel binned 12Mp images there.
TSi Power, 27 Jun 2020I said, if you are not a Samsung agent, then please stay away. hope you understand.
Huawei P4... moreTwo of those phones relies on the exact same type of pixel binning Samsung uses, the third manufacturer is notorious for having subpar image processing.
You're agreeing with what Samsung does but you're a hater. I get it.
In another note, that third brand will be using pixel binning within a year. Why? Because they also have scientist who are seeing the obvious advantages of splitting data collection across multiple sensors when you mass procure millions of devices a year.
If you don't belive in science as a tech company, you're losing in the long run.
Anonymous, 27 Jun 202012mp with 1.8um is not doing any better than the 12mp mode on the others. While it does lose o... morethat's because of poor ISP, if you don't mind, I prefer a 3:2 sensors, say, 6000x4000p 1/2" 1.2micron or even a larger sensor up to 1/1.7" OR 8640x5760p ~ 50MP 1/1.28", 1.22µm who prefers more megapixels
Anonymous, 26 Jun 2020They should use a native 48MP (full native RGB pixels, with no quad-bayer) on that 1/1.33" sen... moreif you don't mind, I prefer a 3:2 sensor, say, 6000x4000p 1/2" 1.2micron or even a larger sensor up to 1/1.7" OR 8640x5760p ~ 50MP 1/1.28", 1.22µm