AnonD-977, 29 Nov 2013Really? So why does Google keep saying that they have fixed "the lag" with every ... moreOr maybe your Iphone or WP phone lagged so now all you can do to sooth yourself is run to forums and troll on android and users making exaggerating lag claims
AnonD-977, 29 Nov 2013That's due to the sheer number crunching power of 64bit, working in real time.nothing to do with 64bit
AnonD-199407, 29 Nov 2013I own a iPhone 5S, and this is from GSM Arena themselves. We also tested the video stabil... moreMaybe in video, but in low light photography digital stabilization does almost nothing.
AnonD-199407, 29 Nov 2013I own a iPhone 5S, and this is from GSM Arena themselves. We also tested the video stabil... moreThat's due to the sheer number crunching power of 64bit, working in real time.
AnonD-189521, 29 Nov 2013I'm on my second Galaxy S phone and have never suffered from these problems,maybe you shouldn'... moreReally?
So why does Google keep saying that they have fixed "the lag" with every new Android release?
Did you have KitKat on your first Galaxy S phone?
You're not kidding anyone, everyone knows about Android lag, it's inherent to the way Android works, a pseudo JVM sitting on top of a Linux core introduces lag affecting real time processes hooking into the hardware.
boosook, 29 Nov 2013LOOOL! Even before looking at the comments I thought: now Samsung's fanboys will say that the ... moreI own a iPhone 5S, and this is from GSM Arena themselves.
We also tested the video stabilization of the iPhone - it's a software stabilization, there are no special hardware components. We pitted it against the HTC One which has actual optical image stabilization, but the iPhone 5s video actually looks smoother. The trade-off, as we said, is the narrower field of view on the Apple smartphone, but the result is still mightily impressive.
here the video comparing the two phones
As you can see software, can beat hardware if done properly.... I rest my case :)
Your statement is an exaggeration. Software simulation can beat OIS and OIS can beat software simulation, it depends on the implementation checkout Adobe Photoshop sharpening filters http://helpx.adobe.com/photoshop/using/reduce-camera-shake-induced-blurring.html
Now imagine if the phone is accurately recording the position of the phone in 3d during the capture of an image. Imagine further that it actually captures multiple images as well and uses software to adjust the image based on these factors you could often beat a basic 2d OIS and potentially beat a 3d OIS.
That being said if you could combine these techniques with OIS then you would potentially have even better results...
Technically though software could take geo location and then use other photos say from Facebook of the subjects involved and the location and generate a photo based on much more information than the camera actually captures... software can in essence beat the best OIS always given enough time and processing power...
However I do hope that OIS is included in the S5 as in practical terms 3D OIS is likely to be superior to software all else being equal.
when samsung launch his own os....sos
AnonD-199407, 29 Nov 2013OIS isn't really needed, the iPhone 5s does a superb good job stabilizing the image with softw... moreLOOOL! Even before looking at the comments I thought: now Samsung's fanboys will say that the OIS is useless, then I opened the comments page and I read your comment! :D
FYI, the OIS is one of the most useful things in a digital camera. Of course, it is useful only in some situation. But when it is, no software simulation can be as effective as an OIS.
Now you may say: I don't care, I love Samsung whatever they do, and I will buy the S5 even without OIS. And this is ok. But trying to convince the others (or yourself… ) that the OIS is not so useful… well… no! ;)
OIS isn't really needed, the iPhone 5s does a superb good job stabilizing the image with software to the point it's actually better than some that have hardware OIS.
Is Samsung do decide to leave out OIS in the S5 & Note 4, then they really need to learn how to improve it software when it comes to stabilizing images, among other things aswell like touchwiz.
Jarret, 29 Nov 2013Prefer to compact camera if you looking for IOS... Or you choose Galaxy Zoom and get the IOS...It's OIS Jarret, OIS. IOS is for iPhone.
Anonymous, 29 Nov 2013and make it thicker if you must, I don't care 9then there would be more room for more battery ... moreNothing to do with slimness or component shortages, it is the same as always with Samsung, they are not wiling to spend a few dollars extra for manufacturing even the flagships, that's why we now know that S5 will also be a cheap plastic phone. For sure.
Not that it matters for me, not buying phones from a locksmith who lies in the face of his customers.
same design,no innovation,fake ad campaigns,higher price,stop fooling people and Be Honest like other windows phone manufacturers.
and make it thicker if you must, I don't care 9then there would be more room for more battery anyway and I for one am just about fed up with the "must go thinner at expense of functionality" way of thinking). and put some pressure on the manufacturers to make those cameras.
samsung iz waiting t copy a new technology frm apple.so thy cnt go for new technologies...
Turkuaz, 29 Nov 2013Samsung before the release new phone (S5), it must solve lag and feeezing problem of its old d... moreI'm on my second Galaxy S phone and have never suffered from these problems,maybe you shouldn't believe the crap you read on the internet.Most of it's made up by people who have never actually used the product they're talking about.
Jati Royat, 29 Nov 2013Sony is wannabe? You're joking right.. Btw, samsung should include OIS in the next flagship or... morePrefer to compact camera if you looking for IOS...
Or you choose Galaxy Zoom and get the IOS...