The berry blast has spared no one in its explosion and hardcore non-BB loyalists too have accepted the wonder called the BlackBerry Z10 when it comes to multi-tasking. Now it’s time for the compare-game between the giants—Nokia Lumia 920, Samsung Galaxy S III and Apple iPhone5—against BB’s low-light clicking quality.
We used each of these smartie’s shutters to snap away the statue of Assassin’s Creed –without flash or artificial light.
And viola—the result reveal the Finnish Lumia as the victor here. If you were hoping for BlackBerry to gain a runner’s up spot, you could be grossly disappointed that it took the last spot among all. This leaves no doubt that the BB Z10 is yet to emerge as the camera darling in the smartphone race but perhaps using flash in dark conditions could let you click a decent snap with it.… Read the rest
Samsung believes in surprising us from time to time. With its array of smartphones and tabs, it got the world eating out of its hands until now. Now that we have bowed down to the Korean-maker’s prowess, yet another surprise has swept us of our feet. We welcome the Android-fed 3G Camera form Sammy.
Equipped with specs that leave no doubt about the quality of snaps that it clicks, the point and shoot kid on the block is posing to be stiff competition for cousins Galaxy Note II, Samsung Galaxy S III and the Nokia 808 PureView. As far as clicking to glory in the best and worst conditions is concerned, each of these live up to the best expectations.
However, we chose to go in for a slightly skeptical test. With each of these smart devices in hand, we decided to get the game going by shooting at a standard 8 MP, 1050 p resolution. And before you pass on the winner’s cap onto Sammy, the results reveal otherwise. The 3G camera finally lets us down when it came to bringing forth images that were awesome even in zoomed mode. Surprisingly, Nokia Pureview rocked the stage here and was followed by iPhone 5, the two other competitors from Samsung– and the ball rested at the last rank on the Galaxy camera.
Perhaps Samsung needs to work up real tight this time.