Jake, 13 Dec 2012Indeed, photography wise there is only one phone that beats the N8, and that is the Nokia 808.... moreBla bla bla of nokia fanboys. Galaxy S II/III and iPhone 4S/5 shoots faaaaaar better than absolutely dumb N8 and 808. N8 and 808 sucks yuck!
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2012yeah...but nokia previous generation(I guess you refer to N8) can still hold it's head up in t... moreIndeed, photography wise there is only one phone that beats the N8, and that is the Nokia 808. It will be exciting to see review photos from the Oppo Find, but I'm not holding my breath after looking at photos from the Xperia V, using the same sensor.
Hahaha! Its 100x better than 3rd class lame pureview. Nokia is no.1 in cheating with customers. Never ever a cheap class nokia phone.
Sersh, 13 Dec 2012first good thing to come from chinano..there have been a lot of phones from China that has superior quality, if you do research and actually look at the specs of a phone when browsing through or buying you'll find that there are many Chinese brand phones that are quite high-end except the price, one of which is Meizu that produces phones comparable to leading brands, some other phones with actual DUAL-CORE with really fast cpu speed and 1 GB of ram with 8MP cameras are flooding the Chinese markets that costs only around the price of a very low-end Samsung Galaxy Y....you just have to open your mind and shut your ears to those false propaganda by ignorant people about "chinese phones" are trash . . . those are the worst kind of people to be talking to about gadgets in the present times
Undoubtedly this phone has the potential to beat the crap out of all other flagship. Camera samples are stunningly awesome and the phone itself is sleek. It definitely packs a monster in its slim and sexy body. I just can’t wait for GSMArena to come up with a review for this phone. It’s undeniably one of the best phones out there and way superior to many flagships currently available market in its design. So Apple should now know “how can something go big and small together”.
The xperia T uses the RS sensor!! The xperia S the R sensor.. Just so the facts keep straight!!
AnonD-77782, 13 Dec 2012Nokia Bla bla bla Its a Android technology time not nokia previous generation Small N feature ... moreyeah...but nokia previous generation(I guess you refer to N8) can still hold it's head up in terms of photography although it's 2 and a half years old Symbian tehnology:), maybe higher(will see when oppo comes), the rest is different OS - a matter of taste - and specs specs specs
The 3MP image with the windows shows quite a bit of noise for the 3 Megapixels re-sampling
The one with the artificial train shows good centre sharpness post 3MP re-sampling, but has a teeny bit of smearing when we move further away from the center
Wanna see a sample pic at a full 13MP before deciding on the cam quality, as most things look at least a little decent after a huge resampling less than half the original resolution
Nokia Bla bla bla Its a Android technology time not nokia previous generation Small N feature less Phone
Ram, 13 Dec 2012I dont know why sony dont use this sensor in its flagships!TRUE! I'm beginning to hate Sony for this. They don't put their best camera on the phone their making. Geez, Iphone and S III even have a better camera than Xperia T/TX/V which are they flagship as of now!
Worst, is that they even let other company use this latest tech on their product before they do. I hope they wake up someday.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2012I'm not impressed. Look a little more closely to the center of the flower, clearly plenty of n... moreFor me looks appropiate(not identic!!) to Nokia N8 quality like. So I'm impressed, they can't satisfy anyone.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2012Looks lot better then Sonys own modells with same module. ;) I will have Oppo!!Even iPhone with a Sony sensor produced better pictures than Sony itself ... I guess it's not all about the sensor and Sony gets cheaper at lenses and the rest ...
I'm not impressed. Look a little more closely to the center of the flower, clearly plenty of noise suppression even in good light.
And dynamic range, look at the bright spots like a tag of some sort on the right edge in the first picture. Highlights are blown out.