Interesting to see next Huawei with same 40 mpix sensor.
It seems that even Nokia 808 gives a run for its money too. Even with zoom capability.
Dunno why people like the P20 Pro better, sure it renders details more clearer but the color reproduction is so unnatural compared to the 1020. I think I'd rather go for the 1020 in terms of camera performance.
Phone B is good for normal user I guess it got nice WB but over sharpen and lost huge detail
(Well we all feel that Phone A is blurry yes it is ...)
Until the last picture we all see kind of moire in building ... (I don't know why they didn't reduce it both CA and Moire in those jpg ? only just sharpen it)
Hope you can do another test base on " RAW " from both phone ... >___
Anonymous, 11 Apr 2018I'm sorry but the proof is for everyone to see.. DxO marking is BS.. Use your eyes and check t... morewhat you call more details is called more pixels XD, when compared into 1:1 you see 808 is not all better by any means
Lumia 1020 and Nokia 808 Pureview, the undisputed legends. Also worth noted, Sony Cybershoot
pege63, 16 Apr 2018They should use the Lumia 950 not the 1020Pay particular attention to sponge Bob and the dollar bill and the map and view on a desktop PC with calibrated 4K or at least a Full HD IPS monitor:
Lumia 950 and Lumia 950 XL:
Huawei P20 pro and Samsung Note8:
Iphone X and Samsung Galaxy S9+:
Pixel 2XL and Oneplus 5T:
Xperia XZ premium and XZ2:
LG V30 and HTC U11+:
From controlled comparisons above, it is pretty clear which smartphones truly produce the best photo image quality.
Test any of the phone available in the market now against a Samsung Galaxy K Zoom. Being not perfect but still is way better than most of them (20mp with 10x optic zoom and 20x digital) I own two of them. Thank you.
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2018Yes, the larger pixels and sensor of the Pureview 808 can theoretically mean lower noise level... moreIs such a shame that they are trying to wipe away the scores and comparisons for these two phones. Why would they even do that for such legendary devices
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2018But the 808 has larger pixels and a bigger sensor. And just turns out better results to the ey... moreYes, the larger pixels and sensor of the Pureview 808 can theoretically mean lower noise levels at higher ISO's. Thus, ISO 400 of the Pureview 808 can have lesser noise than ISO 400 of smaller sensored smartphones. However, the very high megapixel count of the Pureview 808 means it's not going to be as good a performer in high ISO's as it is in the lower ISO's. I was actually hoping the Pureview 808 and Lumia 1020 were included in gsmarena's database so I can do photo comparisons using gsmarena's photo compare tool. Unfortunately, both the Lumia 1020 and Pureview 808 are not available in the database for comparison with the more recent flagships. So I can't really say if the Lumia 1020 or Pureview 808 remains superior in photo quality up to this day compared to the newer flagship phones (available light photography).
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2018The Pureview has an aperture of F/2.4. The Lumia 1020, with F/2.2. Most smartphone cameras now... moreThere is way too many factors than just aperture, and on this size of the sensors it will give you only one stop EV between 1.7 and 2.4 . More important thing is sensor size, lens quality and software algorithm it uses.
The best way the quality and the difference you will see if you have raw on both cameras.
Really hope they do one with the 808 as well. But they even removed it from the sunlight legibility page despite the fact that it was still number one just because it was older. Which is very underhanded.
And despite its age the optics altogether were good enough to hold up now still.
However we would love to see hmd come with a new large sensor beast with the latest soc. And some really great new lenses and the whole shabam
Anonymous, 15 Apr 2018The Pureview has an aperture of F/2.4. The Lumia 1020, with F/2.2. Most smartphone cameras now... moreBut the 808 has larger pixels and a bigger sensor. And just turns out better results to the eye of most.
L337, 14 Apr 2018Using a Lumia 1020 instead of the legendary 808 Pureview? Heresy!The Pureview has an aperture of F/2.4. The Lumia 1020, with F/2.2. Most smartphone cameras now are at least 1 stop higher (F/1.8) which means they should theoretically be able to use a lower ISO than either the Pureview or Lumia for the same shutter speed and low light scenario.