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Samsung Galaxy Camera VS The Rest (Part 5)

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Test shots

How do the cameras match up?

Samsung Galaxy Camera

In good light, images from the Galaxy Camera show accurate colors, good exposure and are crisp and vibrant. The camera has the ability to shoot at different sizes and with different aspect ratios for added control.

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Sony Xperia T

The Xperia T produces images of good exposure and color, and are sharp and pleasing to the eye. Shutter lag was not in evidence, but the camera was generally slower in functioning than the others on test.

Sony Xperia T

Sony Xperia T

Nexus 4

The Nexus 4 shots, in 4:3 ratio, are of a satisfactory quality, although are slightly cold in tone, less vibrant than the other cameras and a touch underexposed. Its Camera app has a few unique tricks available though.

Nexus 4

Nexus 4

HTC One X+

Images from the One X+ are extremely vibrant to the point of being oversaturated (which tended to show itself even more in the red channel). They do look stunning on the HTC’s screen, but less so when printed.

HTC One X+

HTC One X+

The benefits of optical zoom

The Galaxy Camera’s killer feature is the 21x optical zoom, which gives the kind of creative control over your composition that a smartphone simply cannot match. It’s not perfect, though. We found it a touch soft at the long end of the zoom, and it’s also very difficult to track moving objects when zoomed. But if you work within its limitations and quirks, it offers many rewards.

The Galaxy Camera’s killer feature is the 21x optical zoom, which gives the kind of creative control over your composition that a smartphone simply cannot match

The Galaxy Camera’s killer feature is the 21x optical zoom, which gives the kind of creative control over your composition that a smartphone simply cannot match

The winner…

Samsung Galaxy Camera

Having spent the last few weeks taking hundreds of shots with the Galaxy Camera we have grown to respect the device in many ways. Granted it won’t replace a professional DSLR and it lacks the phone element for ultimate convergence, but boy is it easy to use. For those who want a device to learn the various expert modes or how a particular function works then it’s an ideal stepping stone into the professional world.

You have so many easy to access modes that we have to admit this made the device exciting to use and experiment with – certainly far great than any of the other smartphones could muster! Its Android experience was no slouch either and Samsung has thrown in a powerful specification list and a host of apps to support the camera.

The winner is Samsung Galaxy Camera

The winner is Samsung Galaxy Camera

From the smartphone entries, the Sony Xperia T was the best out of the three at producing a consistent range of quality images. That’s not to say it didn’t struggle in some areas, as it lacked some features of the HTC and its low-light shots were a tad noisy, but it was still the best choice.

Sadly, while the HTC offered a better Android experience, its final image quality was disappointing with several traces of overexposure evident in the majority of shots (though conditions were slightly overcast at the time of testing).

The LG suffered on the opposite end of the scale with underexposure, but if you can live with adjusting the white balance or enabling the device’s HDR mode then it can provide some really good shots for a simple point-and-click shooter, especially at its bargain price.

HTC One X+

·         Processor: Quad-core 1.7GHz

·         Memory: 1GB RAM, 64GB storage (Dropbox 25GB online but no SD expansion)

·         Camera: 8-MP rear (LED flash), 1.6-MP front camera with 720p video recording

·         Platform: Android OS, v4.1.1 (Jelly Bean)

·         Display resolution: 4.7” (312ppi) Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 720 x 1,280

·         Weight: 135g

·         Dimensions: 134.4 x 69.9 x 8.9mm

·         Connectivity: Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, HSDPA 21 Mbps, HSUPA 5.76 Mbps, TV-out

·         Overall score: 2/5

LG Google Nexus 4

·         Processor: Quad-core 1.5GHz Krait

·         Memory: 2GB RAM, 16GB storage (no micro SD card expansion)

·         Camera: 8-MP rear (LED flash), 1.3-MP front camera, 1080p full HD video

·         Platform: Android OS, v4.2.1 (Jelly Bean)

·         Display resolution: 4.7” (318ppi), 768 x 1,280

·         Weight: 139g

·         Dimensions: 133.9 x 68.7 x 9.1mm

·         Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, DC-HSDPA, 42 Mbps, HSDPA 21 Mbps, HSUPA, TV-out

·         Overall score: 3/5

Sony Xperia T

·         Processor: Dual-core 1.5GHz Krait

·         Memory: 1GB RAM, 16GB storage (expandable via micro SD card slot up to 32GB)

·         Camera: 13-MP rear (LED flash), 1.3-MP with 720p video, 1080p full HD video

·         Platform: Android OS, v4.0.4 (ICS)

·         Display resolution: 4.55” (323ppi) shatter proof and scratch-resistant glass, 720 x 1,280

·         Weight: 139g

·         Dimensions: 129.4 x 67.3 x 9.4mm

·         Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 3.1, GPS, HSDPA, 42.2Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps, TV-out

·         Overall score: 4/5

Samsung Galaxy Camera

·         Processor: Quad-core 1.4GHz Cortex-A9

·         Memory: 1GB RAM, 8GB storage (plus micro SD and 50GB Dropbox storage)

·         Camera: 16-MP rear (Xenon flash), 21x optical zoom, 1080p full HD video @30fps

·         Platform: Android OS, v4.1.2 (Jelly Bean)

·         Display resolution: 4.8” (306ppi) Corning Gorilla Glass 2, 720 x 1,280

·         Weight: 300g

·         Dimensions: 70.8 x 128.7 x 19.1mm

·         Connectivity: Wi-Fi, Bluetooth 4.0, GPS, HSDPA, 21 Mbps; HSUPA, 5.76 Mbps, micro HDMI

·         Overall score: 5/5

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