In most shots I find A the better, with better detail. However in low light shots, I find C to be a winner, though close to A.
B is for me the loser in all shots.
I'm curious to know which phone is used for which shot.
How about adding the LG G3 or LG G Flex2 into this shootout?
From looking at various camera comparisons online, I find it hard to say if the G3 or the Note4 has a better camera; the poster photo comparison tool of GSMArena gives me the impression that the G3 / Flex2 have the better camera.
In the shop, I could easier and better focus for a good shot with the G3 than with the Note4.
So I'd be quite interested in seeing the G3 added into the mix, especially as I'm trying to make up my mind between a G3, Flex2, Note4, or whatever the G4 might bring and camera is to me an important decision factor. :-)
C is the S6 (it has the widest field of view)
C is definitely S6 (except for last image where CA seems to be swapped). I'm a little bit surprised as how many people are voting for A which is clearly oversharpened, leading to sharpening halos and fake detail. Also noise removing algorithms are way too strong causing smearing of fine details.
I vote for
C is the best amongst the others.
"A" is the best.Sharper and has more detail
Which phone is a ? :)
Don't just compare those with the IPhone 6. You should compare the winner of these 3 with the best flagships and the Lumia 1020.
Best is A, then C then B
Well it is hard to say which one is the best, because in some case A is the best in other case C is the best.
The're all the same. A bit out of focus. Otherwise niether is on top of the others. Probable the results will be 33%, 33%, 33%.
'C' is the best, 'A' is better and 'B' is good. The test should be in low light bcz it's easier to choose better phone in low light. RRR
A is s6, B is s5 and C is note 4.
A is overall and b is good also
I've voted A in 1st three tests and voted C in last three so result is B is worst amongst all three
i Go for C..
I believe the detail in the carpet of the last picture in C is "lost" because it was photoshopped out (only the carpet), because there could have been a person standing infront of the carpet on the balcony when the photo was taken :) GSMA can confirm...