Anonymous, 16 Dec 2020Whether it is to the side, behind on embedded inside the screen, Android fingerprint sensors w... moreThat is to be expected as Android is known for providing a reliable, diverse and easy to use experience in every department. Biometric Authentication is another department where it excels without any compromises.
Anonymous, 16 Dec 2020Yeah yeah.. in screen fingerprint scanner. Does that apply to all Androids? NOOOpe. Some side,... moreWhether it is to the side, behind on embedded inside the screen, Android fingerprint sensors work great all the time unlike face unlock which isn't pandemic proof.
Nick Tagataka, 16 Dec 2020While the two phones I'm using right now both come with an in display FPS, I have absolut... moreYeah yeah.. in screen fingerprint scanner. Does that apply to all Androids? NOOOpe. Some side, some behind, some inside, some don't want.
On the first gen iPhone all the way to the 2020 iPhone. Each of them allows you to unlock without shifting hands. iPhone - iPhone 5 (Small, enough to unlock with keypad). iPhone 5S -> iPhone 8 (Touch ID) iPhone X to iPhone 12 (Face ID). ALL works with the same gesture, your hands around the phone, with the thumb at the front.
Anonymous, 16 Dec 20201. Swipe left on the left corner anywhere to go back to next navigation screen. (AKA back butt... moreWhile the two phones I'm using right now both come with an in display FPS, I have absolutely no problem unlocking a device that has a back-mounted or side-facing FPS in my pocket. No need for repositioning, just tap the sensor while you're taking it out of your pocket and you're good to go. And yes, iPhone desperately needs TouchID back - it's really just stupid for Apple not to include it when the entire world is still in the middle of pandemic and facial unlock is borderline useless outside home in many countries.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2020The excess of HDR causes the wrong white balance.
Samsung turns gray clouds into something... moreJust go and try editing any sort of stacked multi-exposure RAW files yourself (like Lightroom HDR RAW or ProRAW) and come back here if you still dare to spew all those baseless nonsenses, NONE of points you just made are even remotely related to HDR processing itself.
At this point I'm considering you as a deliberate troll rather than just an ignorant Sony fan as you keep repeating the same flawed argument over and over again no matter how many times it has been refuted. You're not even trying to correct yourself at this point smh.
Anonymous, 16 Dec 20201. Swipe left on the left corner anywhere to go back to next navigation screen. (AKA back butt... moreOn most Android devices, you don't have to unlock the phone before using fingerprint scanner. Light tap on the sensor and your phone is unlocked.
I just amazed that it took apple this many years to finally able to MIRROR front facing camera.
SadSoul, 15 Dec 2020Not limited to just the back button:
https://www.xda-developers.com/iphone-12-pro-max-review/1. Swipe left on the left corner anywhere to go back to next navigation screen. (AKA back button on android)
2. iOS have exceptional thumb rejection ability, on android misclick even in one hand mode is common. iOS tends to reject non intended touch, even in reachability mode.
3. iOS responds to intended touch better.
For example: You touch iPhone screen with one hand, iPhone will still respond to your second hand's touch response, and if you stop moving your second hand and move your first hand, it respond to your first hand!
On Android, the touch is ignored on the second hand.
(So what does this mean and do? It mean, you can pickup the phone with one hand (never mind if you touch the screen, and MOVE it with the other hand)
4. XDA is primary an android site, of course you get tons of apple haters or what not.
5. Face unlock on iPhone / Touch ID on some iPhones means you just need to hold iPhone in one hand in the same way you would use the iPhone. Android tends to have the fingerprint at the sides, or back, it means you need to reposition your hands AFTER you unlock your phone, try to do that with one hand in ease.
6. Android recently adopt the home navigation, after copying from iPhone. (After soo many years of that 3 button design... they can't come up with anything good.. have to look at iOS LOL)
to the store and get some erasers for me can you go to the store and get some erasers for me can you sit in the store and online now to the same thing as
dude111, 15 Dec 2020Double (or triple) back tap shortcut if you don't want to use reachability...That's not a solution, it's a crappy workaround instead.
Undoubtedbly, Apple just made the Pro Max big, but put zero effort into making the UI user-friendly.
SadSoul, 15 Dec 2020Not limited to just the back button: https://www.xda-developers.com/iphone-12-pro-max-review/Double (or triple) back tap shortcut if you don't want to use reachability...
wily2020, 15 Dec 2020Why you even use backbutton? Just swipe from left side (edge) to right from any height of your... moreNot limited to just the back button:
Nick Tagataka, 15 Dec 2020> yellow skin
I really think you need to get off your "HDR = bad" BS train and a... moreThe excess of HDR causes the wrong white balance.
Samsung turns gray clouds into something blueish.
The tanned skin from iphones and cold green grass.
Too much contrast of Pixel. Even on LCD blacks look deep black.
What a coincidence the phones that use much lighter HDR have photos labled as closer to real by media.
AnonD-923722, 15 Dec 2020Can Apple Pro RAW beat RAW formats on other phones? How can it beat RAW from other big sensors on Android?
You think RAW data from tiny 1/2.55" sensor is going to be any match the RAW data from 2020 Android flagships with an average sensor size of 1/1.3"??
Gets RAW mode so late. Android had it years back.
No wonder Android is the first choice of OS on smartphones.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2020Had the bad luck of using a MAX for a few days, felt like going back to 2015 with my 6s , not... moreIt will always remain the same boring thing. Go for android finally. Wake up and do that.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2020how long until your free 5GB icloud limit is reached? still it's. ice to have the choice... moreI have a feeling that those who going to shoot these RAW photos doesn’t have 5gb iCloud. This is for more advanced users. No regular people (most) will use it.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2020Not real RAW. But still processed.
I bet yellow skin comes along. > yellow skin
I really think you need to get off your "HDR = bad" BS train and actually start looking into some facts. You "bet", and you already lost because you're wrong.
Anonymous, 15 Dec 2020RAW from gcam is processed too, not real RAW. I know and that was exactly my point.