Obviously, Sony Xperia xzp is the winner!
No other phone can compete with sony xzp because this time sony nailed it. Not only camera but its design and user experience is awesome.
If you've got the money go for it.
Iphone's shots colors are most likely off, what with yellowish tint all around and, for the sky, purplish tint.
When i see all the 3 phone.. ' oh, looks that HTC, and that's Sony, and and.. 1+? Oppo? Vivo? Huh i'm get confused.. Rip Apple design
ithehappy, 27 Jun 2017"We hope this camera comparison would be helpful even as it is."
No sorry it isn't, no came... more
'no camera related article is nearly half complete without low light shots'.
How did you come to that conclusion? Most of the pictures that are shot are in daylight, go to any photography forum and check your own gallery.As for lowlight, the Xperia has its issues, but it also has its plus points
Try to go in the garage and take a photo of a car while one portion is sunny pavement. It is impossible to do it with HTC 10 and I am affraid that U11 will be the same. IPhone 7 does it great but HTC 10 is unusable with high contrast sunny photos.
chocowii, 27 Jun 2017Win-win-win situation for Sony here. All of three uses Sony sensors. and yet, in 2017 Sony finally learns how to use their own Sensors properly.
Low light section missing is not at all good and I think not acceptable also....when we read camera comparison, we need each and every info which is not here. Conclusion should also have been there just like few time back articles. Why you omit such important points?
By the way..where is 6 way shootout?? Really missing it. Hope u will do it asap.
Can not shrug off the impression that the iPhone's shots are consistently yellowish AND, for the sky part, purplish...
Is that even true to life??
the SGS8(+) should've been here to compute. So disappointed that GSMarena didn't include it.
Really like what XZP can do in normally lit scenarios. Those results are excellent in my book. But I would like to see OIS in upcoming Sony flagships and maybe a wider aperture. I think it would render it invincible.
I believe a camera shootout is incomplete without a low lights comparison. This is an area which should have never been left out as it shows the real prowess of the camera, the optics and the processing algorithm.
I personally think that ip7 won the game on good light and ISO but for the low light comparison under 1080p video I think its XZP who won the game. I am not a camera enthusiast but, damn Id probably never get 1 of those phones.. (ps. I'm too poor) ;)
Seems Like XZ Premium Gives the Superior Nice detailed well Balanced Shots... this time Sony.. u Well Done... Beast of the Beast :-*
Win-win-win situation for Sony here. All of three uses Sony sensors.