Anonymous, 25 Mar 2014hey . we even didnt see the camera performance..no need to judge its camera performanceYou don't need to wait for it when you know the basic engineering behind it. Sub par specs will give you sub par results. This is not the supernatural to expect something that is simply not viable.
MPix matters a lot when it comes to detail resolving power. What use is a brighter night/low light shot when it's all pixelated due to poor resolution? 4MP is a pathetic resolution regardless of the size of the sensor. HTC's day light shots are also rubbish to make matters worse.
Sony Xperia Z2 + Oppo Find 7 are in the top
HTC and Samsung are looking up for a huge loss
hey . we even didnt see the camera performance..no need to judge its camera performance
4 ultrapixel= fail
Z2 is way bbeeetttttrrrrrr..!!!
Sorry but a 1/3" camera sensor won't be able to capture nice images no matter what kind of "ultrapixel" or secondary camera systems you set up.
HTC would have got my money if they'd put a proper camera in here instead of some gimmicks.
S5 1/2.6 isocell phase autofocus 6 lenses
z2 1/2.3 bsi normal autofocus 5 lenses
All new one 1/3 bsi normal autofocus 4 lenses
S5 improved super amoled
z2 ips on the color RGB lighting with the addition of red and green phosphorus in diodes
All new one ips on the old white backlight
S5 water and dust resistance
Z2 water and dust resistance
All new one no
S5 is more or less thin frame
Z2 more or less thin frame
All new one big
Smartphone for those who fap on metal and does not use a smartphone
or simply noobs