AnonD-378091, 22 Oct 2015A = iPhone B = Xperia Z5 C = Galaxy S6Z5 does decent on video recording because there is not a lot of noise reduction, which is the case for sample C.
Fairly obvious which is which, my thoughts:
The Z5 takes the best photos in good light, the S6 is good, but over saturated.
In low light the Z5 drives up the ISO and gets noisy, S6 and I6s are pretty close here, if I had to pick one I'd say S6. The flash photo is an interesting exception where the higher ISO actually produces a nicer photo, if you avoid pixel-peeping.
On the video shots the Z5 and S6 look better at 4K in day, but the I6s wins in lower light.
AnonD-378091, 22 Oct 2015A = iPhone
B = Xperia Z5
C = Galaxy S6A=iphone 6
AnonD-458279, 22 Oct 2015In my opinion this test is flawed since the pics don't have the same field of view which great... moreI think that's what will happen, people will vote on the picture they believe to have come from their own device of choice (going by the factors you have stated) instead of going by actual picture quality.
I am an iPhone 6S user, but have genuinely voted for what I thought were the best quality pictures, am pretty sure most were not from the 6S.
You compare an iPhone 6, a Samsung 6 with a Sony 5. It's a bit unfair to Sony...
In my opinion this test is flawed since the pics don't have the same field of view which greatly hinders the crop comparisons. Given that fact it's also easy to know which phone is which since the iPhone 6s has the narrowest field of view and the Z5 by far the widest which puts the Z5 at quite a disadvantage. Maybe the reviewers can simply take a couple more steps up next time to be slightly more fair.
A and B are very close call, but I will say A=iP6 B=S6, C image is just overly sharpen and the color are overly saturated in well lit situation, I bet C=Z5
Anonymous, 22 Oct 2015Samsung are the sharpest pictures. Sony are the blurriest, and iPhone inbetween.i dont see any blur in the photos. get your eyes checked dude.
On images :
A(N5) = Best over all images
B(6s) = Best color rendition ( WISIWYG)
C(Z5) = Best Details ( poor software / image look hideous at 100% crop )
N5 - Really upped their camera game
6s - I found the camera experience much better than the bashing going around
z5 - They really need to work on the software end .
4k I dont really care
Big Daddy, 22 Oct 2015Noe this is actually a good way to stup fanboys up.Yeah, but watch those fanboys go on the attack if their device of choice doesn't com out on top (that is a little attempt at sarcasm on my part as I am well aware that fanboys don't actually get to make a choice now do they), especially the Sony one's, Samsung and Apple fans are bad but Sony fans are like rabbit, rabbies infected dogs whenever their beloved Xperia phones fail to make the top spot.
Lets only hope the Z5 wins eh??
In the flash test (test #5) A's colors are a bit oversaturated, while C's are a bit washed out. B seems to be in the middle.
Samsung are the sharpest pictures. Sony are the blurriest, and iPhone inbetween.