The Nokia Lumia 928 has shot down all of us with its jaw dropping specs. With a curvy aluminum body and a sleek feel to it, the Lumia 928 best amazes with the lens sheltered within. The Xenon Flash is one good reason why the Nokia 928 shutter could be a good bet for camera enthusiasts. Carl Zeiss optics clubbed with image stabilization, makes it an ideal pick for those with shaky hands while the PureView Camera adds spice to the Pure Motion HD+ display.
The face of begins with the Samsung Galaxy S4 camera wowing even those who claimed to be die-hard Nokia slaves. The Samsung Galaxy S4 came amid much cheer and fan fare. With its 13-MP lens platter the S4 has only got smarter than the erstwhile Samsung Galaxy models—the Samsung Galaxy S3 included. However, the icing on the lens cake is the camera software on the S4—called the Dual Shot, perhaps this could give the Lumia 928 a beating to dust.
The Apple iPhone 6 is one trump card the Apple is hiding under its cuff. With its additional wowing specs on the lens front, this imagined phablet could beat both the Samsung S4 and the Nokia 928 too. The lens chips comes pumped with high dynamic range (HDR) capabilities and sensor of 12-MP.
With iPhone 6 looming close to smartphone ground, we believe that the iPhone 6 can bleed even its predecessors that “boasted a large f/2.4 aperture and a backside illuminated sensor, and offered performance improvements over previous models when taking pictures in dark environments.”