This is so simple : * shock * shock * shock A - LG G6 B - XZ premium C - galaxy S8
Zoom into this:
The same picture than one of the test. Clearly see that A is XZ premium.
I think that S8 is sadly the B.
AnonD-670314, 18 May 2017Would be very stupid if so.You cannot call it stupidity bruh, just try to be attentive sometimes.
Well, let's all wait for the results.
look at the picture from the XZ premium review on gsmarena. It's the same picture on the test. Zoom on it and you will clearly see that A it's the xz premium.
Depressed Individual, 18 May 2017It's clearly stated on the header: 'LG G6 vs Samsung Galaxy S8 vs Sony Xperia Premium'Would be very stupid if so.
Anyone can make it a cover. Not if you don't like :(
Anonymous, 18 May 2017How can you be and not be sure at same time?I only have a slight doubt that my guess is wrong, but I'm still confident of what I have picked.
Anonymous, 18 May 2017Pixel has 1.55 pixel sized and does not help at night. Samsung increases brightness and E.V. ... moreNo, the larger pixels make the photo cleaner and better in lowlight. Also, the ois and wide aperture will help, because it will make the photo brigher and less blurry. Hope this helps :)
I think the letters does not stay at one phone (e.g. g6 is a, xzp is b and s8 is c) it shuffles in eveey category. But I'm quite sure that the cleanest output (both lowlight and daylight) is the s8. The sharpest one (but oversharpend) is the g6, and the noisiest output is the xzp. Both xzp and g6 is kinda bad in lowlight shots, but the g6 is better.
AnonD-664474, 18 May 2017B is indeed the XZ Premium, but I have some doubts.How can you be and not be sure at same time?
Exhibit A is more detailed overall. If I apply a "smooth" or "gaussian blur" in Photoshop, I could easily reach the results of Exhibit C, which in my opinion applies too much smooth for my taste.