In general and overall B is the best however in some cases A is better and other C is better.
So, at this point, I gotta give the S5 some real cred as it still is able to show some solids specs even after a year and a lot of negativity thrown at it. my wife had the S5 and it's solid. I got the Note 4 and I'm loving it.
AAACCA. That last pic has that little red carpet/box on the top right hand corner which is throwing me off lol
A is the best, not toooversharp like B and has more natural colors, not too smooth like C, A is Note 4, B is S5, and C is S6.
All of them were great but it was better to put voting section like weekend polls in gsmarena blog
expressmobile, 18 Mar 2015I see no differenceYou need to go see an optometrist ;)
jakiman, 18 Mar 2015I think it's quite easy to figure out which is the S6.
It's clearly C as it's the softest w... moreWrong, A is the S6. Go to the photo comparison tool on this website and compare to S5 to the S6.
S6 has more detail with NO oversharpening issues and S5 is softer with better dynamic range.
A = S6
B = N4
C = S5
A is definetely the winner. It is the only to show off-road correctly on first sample. On B it is completely missed and on C it is corrupted so much.
A - oversharpened, sometimes more details but ... oversharpened.
B - way oversharpened and lack of details
C - nice smooth NOT oversharpened picture, sometimes too soft and lack of some details A has
I will go for C if you ask me which is the best.
Last picture is a puzzle, c is better, but the pattern on the carpet is lost. Can´t choose any picture of them...
I think it's quite easy to figure out which is the S6.
It's clearly C as it's the softest with no sharpness halos that other 2 exhibits. (Look at the numbers & writings on the 2nd photo)
It also has the best low light detail in the shadows / blacks. (See top floor windows in the night building shot)
I've noticed that Samsung have really tuned their sharpness down with the S6 photos. They look much more like what I would get with a good camera with low sharpness or RAW setting.
You can sharpen C to better the "perceived detail" but the other two is already over processed to my eyes.