Stas, 22 Mar 2016it is sort of disappointing, no major brealthrough for s7 here. early leaks on s7 suggested th... moreWell, as it stands, the S7 has the best camera from all smartphones right now, according to DXOMark.
I've selected the photos with the best dynamic range even if they are a bit less sharp. Some of the photos have the highlights overexposed in order to probably compensate for the shadow portions darkness. I bet the photos with the best dynamic range are form the iPhone.
Anonymous, 22 Mar 2016The iPhone is totally better than the Samsung, sadly. Way better white balance, tonal contrast... moreAww. You are such a fan boy that u don't even believe the proof in front of your eyes..
A - more detailts but I see a lot of sharpening too.
I prefer the color from B.
it is sort of disappointing, no major brealthrough for s7 here. early leaks on s7 suggested they would use pixel binning, and that would make a difference. sadly nothing worth of note happenned ... A and B pretty close and pretty dull
The iPhone is totally better than the Samsung, sadly. Way better white balance, tonal contrast, dynamic range, and more importantly: Doesn't show awful halos everywhere.
Aeron, 22 Mar 2016it is wrong to compare last year iPhone 6s to this years Samsung S7. Wait for iPhone 7/7S ... moreyeah but then samsung will be half year old....abd tgen you should compare with note 6....always one will be older
it is wrong to compare last year iPhone 6s to this years Samsung S7.
Wait for iPhone 7/7S that is the direct rival of Samsung S7.
What the setting of each phone when take photo or video? Use same condition (such as use Auto mode)? Could not compare if used difference setting on 2 phones when took 1 photo. Such as some website they used difference ISO, speed,... to compare between S7, G5 and 6S (on 1 photo).
in video quality, both device have its own advantage. one is good at object detail, the other one is good at color production.
JMTM, 22 Mar 2016Damn Samsung get your $hit up straight! Here in Canada we are still waiting on Marshmallow on... moreThere's no reason for you to get excited about Android N coz, the new feature that N is going to have has been present in Samsung devices since 2012. You're not using an extremely outdated version on your phone at the moment. 5.0.1 and 5.0.2 are very stable builds and Marshmallow or N are basically only catching up to Samsung as far as features are concerned. Android made a drastic back end change with Lollipop itself. So, there are anyways no performance issues on any device with at least Lollipop on it. So, you can wait for a while. But be assured, you'll get updates for S6, edge and note 5 definitely. :)
Seriously, who are the 7% that voted B for picture#1?
You should make an appointment with your optometrist ASAP!