Phone B looks very post-processed in all pictures, phone A looks more natural and only really loses out in the third picture where it's very blurry.
okcnaline, 09 Apr 2018How would you know it's Huawei?It's not that easy to explain. The two images have different brightness, different noise reduction algorithms, different dynamic ranges, etc, much of which has improved a lot these days compared to 5 years ago. I can simply tell the newer one apart from the older one. So the newer one has to be B.
If you don't believe me then wait until tomorrow. GSMArena will reveal the answer for you. ;)
B mostly preferred over A: Expected results but still somewhat depressing. IMO B is badly overprocessed, artefacts are all over the place (that posterized look of the Scene 3 crop...ugh. at least in Scene 5 it was obvious enough for most), and the chromatic aberrations in Scene 2 scream "cheap lens!".
For me, A wins, hands down.
EDIT: And guys, if you want that punchy look of B, Photoshop & Co. should give you better results with A as source.
Phone-B wins here..it has more details and pleasent colors..
It has to be P20 Pro..new tech new hardware and software..
Phone A hands down, on phone B all details are smeared out because of the hard noise reduction and colors are totally off.
with the expect of the last photo, phone B has done a better job! And I guess phone A is Nokia, phone B is Huawei.
Phone B green curve is off the charts, everything has magenta over it, green or magenta cast is the worst it can happen on a photo. And on top of that it's over-sharpened that contrast between the pixels creates ugly artifacts.
Since Phone B leads in the poll I've come to conclusion that people don't know a damn thing about picture quality
Huawei should drop some of that processing and the pictures would look better. Like somebody mentioned, Mate 9 levels of post-processing would be okay.
chrwl007, 09 Apr 2018Agreed. Phone B's performance in scene 5 is especially shocking.Its the same changing pattern for most(if not all) low res sensors(12mp), maybe not so heavy, however this in 10mp will do better than 12mp because of more pixels. In high res it may be its fate, as it should use different bayer sensor -same color for 2x2.
40mp is great enough in sunlight and color trueness is also simply the best, but 10mp may be not enough for some in cloudy weather or in low light as it simply got not enough power to make same good 40mp as others do with their 12mp and sony with its 19mp+ISP. I guess sony's way with more mp but not too much which is not possible to process then is the best. ISP is also probably next big thing, 808 had one, pixel got one, also xz2, and all those got crazy results...
A comparison on Youtube showing Pixel 2 XL vs P20 pro makes me feel that P20 Pro isn't all that good.
Sadly Pixel 2 XL has it's screen issues (lg panel).
Besides the first photo (which I preferred B) and the last (we all liked the A better, at least I hope), all the others on phone B have that pinkish color that annoys me! I know it has better definition but still! That pink is killing me o.o
It is f2.4 against f1.7
Of course Huawei is phone B.
Huge difference of brightness.
Phone B is Huawei & It's amazing how much better it is than the Nokia phone. I guess Nokia fans are stuck with nostalgia & don't realize that the cameras of older devices can't quite compete with modern cameras with the latest hardware & software trickery to help them outperform the old beasts.
I dont think it is fair to compare.
Newer sensors have better readout and output.
P20p has advantage of recent software which will give more advantage.
Phones from 2014 outperform this Lumia.
MG7, 09 Apr 2018P20 pro will win against 5 year old tech. But nokia was much ahead of its time. In comparison ... moreIt doesn't. The test shots show the 5 years old tech is superior to the P20 in all aspects.
P20 pro will win against 5 year old tech. But nokia was much ahead of its time. In comparison Nokia photos are less in dynamic range. Huwei photos are bright bcoz of wider aperture.