We compare image quality on the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 rear cameras
Though they're direct competitors, the HTC One and Samsung Galaxy S4 are two very different smartphones. That's especially evident when you look at the way they handle photography. The Galaxy S4 packs a 13-megapixel shooter with f/2.2 aperture, improving upon the 8-megapixel, f/2.6 unit in last year's S3 with the...
See what we did there? Look, we're not saying anything new here, but we have a feeling we're going to have to keep saying it over and over. Megapixels -- i.e. resolution -- aren't everything when it comes to camera quality. Image size, yes. Image quality, no. There are other factors at play.
Hopefully you saw the demo during the Galaxy Nexus launch. Shot by Google's Romain Guy -- whos's...
Our friends at Android Community just took out the HTC Magic's camera for a spin and came back with some pretty darn nice looking images. The 3.2 megapixel camera on the HTC Magic has been a point of emphasis for a lot of readers and it's good to see the photo quality come to light.The picture above was taken with a HTC Magic with no editing or post production magic. If you ask us, it looks...
So we've covered the hardware aspect of the HTC Dream now we're getting news of the specs that'll drive the device that'll power up Android (via Gizmodo). Here's what it looks like:
3.17" screen with 480x320 resolution
528 Mhz CPU
64 MB RAM
3.1 Megapixel Camera, no flash
3G, Quad-Band GSM
Overall, everything seems to be fairly solid. The only concern we have is the (little)...
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