In 4 out of 5 pictures, A is clear winner. But public opinion is tilted towards B because of tgose faux colours and oversharpening. And that last image is proves that A's camera eats B's for breakfast. A is clear winner imo. More details and true to life.
Whackcar, 09 Apr 2018A has more detail than B, but it doesn't matter. The thing is most people (myself included) do... moreLOL.. A images can always be processed to get B.. But B will never be able to match the detail of A.. To all noobs who only use Auto mode out there, there is a little thing called setting in the camera app.. Just set the sharpness level up and colour vividness level up and BOOM you get B.. A camera is superior due to detail and it can opt to produce A or B easily.. B camera will never be able to produce image like A
Phone A has more pleasing images and retains more details.
Phone B photos are all over sharpened with disgusting edges.
But weirdly most GSMArena voters had voted for Phone B ???
DantE O2, 10 Apr 2018first time i hear photoshop removes blur , joke of the year XDLol.. Photoshop has sharpening tool.. I bet you didn't know what Photoshop really is or ever used one.. A can be processed to get B but not the reverse.. B does not have all the fine details as in A
A: Wins in detail with minimal processing B: are oversharpened and sometimes overblown
A can be processed to get B but B can never be processed to get A's level of detail.
Therefore A (Lumia 1020) WON.
You can't cheat physics
P20 Pro 1/1.7 < 1020 1/1.5 < 808 1/1.2
Alas.. My 808 still has to chug along for a few more years until a really worthy successor arrived.. But still, kudos to Huawei for catching up to 808/1020 level in a slim camera module..
Phone A (Lumia 1020) is miles ahead of the P20 Pro. All HMD / Nokia need to do is put that sensor into their next flagship with an updated brighter lens (F 1.6 or so) , Add 5 axis OIS , tweek and improve upon the already exceptional processing... and they've got a gamechanger on their hands.
A had much better whites (and even other colors) and overall detail. Colors seem more natural.
B had better shadows and appears more sharper.
So I'm going to assume A is the Nokia and B is the Huawei.
still struggling to make a better camera than a 10 year old nokia phone haha. toobsad nokia aint here no more
Whackcar, 09 Apr 2018A has more detail than B, but it doesn't matter. The thing is most people (myself included) do... moreyour "WE" is too small bro , companies never care about individuals they care for most of the market
Phone B is miles ahead in texture not just a little, miles ahead (don't know about last photo though) , it better the new phone, "IF" not then huawei better close their company going backwards after so many years and ending worse than 1020,
really would like to see the results and probably phone b is p20 , it better be LMAO.
maybe they need to include the samples from professional DSLR like 5DS for references of the "real" scene. but other than that, i think both of the phone has its own characteristics. one camera looks softer but feels natural, one camera is looks sharp and detailed (obiviously Huawei). i think Huawei wins the love from people, but 5 years old Lumia 1020 still holds its own, still great .
It's extremely easy task, 1-4b are better = P20, 5a better =P20.
Say what you will about "B" (P20Pro), the masses will always gear towards over-processed photos, just like how those same masses prefer the punchy colors of AMOLED screens. It's the same principle.
"A" looks softer and more natural. "A" shots were also blurred, while "B" looked sharper and had overblown highlights. "B" made use of HDR, so I'd say B was the P20 Pro.