808 already beat a lot of more serious opponents
1. E is by far the best (true colours, small amount of noise and artefacts)
2. F is good (colours are too warm,more artefacts)
4. B and A
I hope E is the 808 simply because in my eye there is far more detail than the others regardless of colour etc. This is the point of the 808, down sampling from 41MP (or 38 I should say) so that you capture far more detail.
I'm annoyed that Nokia aren't giving us a UK release date yet, I want to upgrade and I'm almost on the verge of getting an S3 if only for the huge screen. Nothing else on it seems to interest me. Lucky for Nokia I love taking photos but hate carrying a camera around with me which is why I love my N8. Certainly not for Symbian, although it certain has improved a lot with Belle.
Image E is for Nokia pureview 808. No doubt.
This is really the best innovation being made in a smartphone/cameraphone! For photographers and photo hobbyist/enthusiasts, this is a must-have phone i could say, and this can now replace an entry-level DSLR or even full frame DSLRs. Great job Nokia in bringing such innovation.
"the 8-Megapixel shot from the Nokia 808 is more precise than an 18-Megapixel shot from Sony's HX20V!"
"All in all, the Nokia 808 PureView is an interesting and original camera, which, in some circumstances, can rival cameras as advanced as certain full-frame (24 x 36 mm) SLRs, while also offering users several extra possibilities. For example, at a time when connectivity is king, it's much easier to publish photos online with this Nokia cameraphone than with the average camera—even most Wi-Fi-enabled models."
Actually it is very difficult to find out which is the best.
I think the best is D followed by E,A,B,C,F.
But in some cases E is also very good.
Im not sure about the best it may be E or D
I think that F is PureView 808, E is nokia N8, the worst is the image under C (HTC One X)
E is the better and F the second and F is better in the second picter on the nearst windows from the right side
Anonymous, 16 Jun 2012OMG Wtf are you saying? The brighter aperture only means that the camera can use a faster shu... moreBrighter aperture?!? faster shutter speed/lower ISO?!? I think you're confused about apperture, ISO and shuter speed bro. Please go back to basics of photography and make sure you get your facts right before you correct someone.