Nokia Lumia 920 vs iPhone 5 vs Galaxy S III vs HTC One X low-light comparison yields predictable results
posted by Daniel P. / Sep 27, 2012, 6:34 AM
iPhone 5 with almost the same amount of light captured, less detail and more noise, but the samples from the S III and the One X came out pretty bad in this situation.It was again a controlled environment, with the phones shooting in 5 lux - the amount of light you would get on a poorly-lit city street during the night. The Lumia 920 fared very well, followed by the
There was even an 808 PureView thrown in the mix, but on auto settings it didn't fare better than the 920 in this particular setting that favors the OIS suspension in the PureView Phase 2 on Lumia 920.
The team then took the prototype Lumia 920 for an improvised shooting session around Helsinki, and the results from the night shots are included in the slideshow below for your viewing pleasure.
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Time to get multiple phones - L920 for evenings and a GS III for days?
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:37 AM 17
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you dont need 2 phones... all you need is the Lumia 920 very good in day and night.... =D
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 7:00 AM 27
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very terrible pic by galaxy s3!! go for lumia 920!!! well if you are kind of a camera person! but if you are a kind of a gamer person then stick to galaxy s3! but i think lumia/WP will also offer that... lets just wait!
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:54 PM 0
Nokia camera always the best since Carl Zeiss creation :)
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:37 AM 24
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Nokia 808 is arguably the best camera/phone combo. L920 is currently un-obtainium at present.
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:45 AM 8
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It was obvious but somebody correct me if i am wrong that 920 pics are better than 808(in dark conditions)
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:46 AM 12
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they are better in 920 than 808 in auto settings on both phones but when you bump up the iso on the 808 then its a different story , correct me if i am wrong too :)
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 7:08 AM 6
Okay 920 camera is the best, get over it. I'm looking for smartphone not camera phone. Show me other functionalities
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:54 AM 1
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Nokia Lumia has the best screen: PureMotion HD+ with the highest resolution 1280*768 (competitors 1280*720), it's much brighter than other phones, and much more sensitive, can be operated with gloves or anything else (ex. key, pen), it has higher pixel density 332 ppi than iphone's retina dispaly 326 ppi, GS3 -306 ppi. Lumia has the best PureView camera: 8.7 MP with optical image stabilization, dual LED flash, wireless charging, the body is the best protected against scrathes, Lumia has exclusive Nokia apps and great maps and many great accessories (JBL audio system...) All other specs are the same or better than competitors phones. It has LTE, NSF, powerful processor and powerful batery, etc. Nokia's quality is defenetively the best and it's proved by practise!!!
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 7:33 AM 8
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how about wireless charging builtin super sensitive touch screen and its in hardware goin in software nokia drive FREE nokia maps FREE nokia transport FREE nokia lens FREE whatelse u want to hear i didnt even said anything about wp8 which is in mist
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 1:18 PM 2
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How can we be sure those pics were really taken by Nokia Lumia 920? Considering the history............................................... If they're real, good luck! It's still not going to sell as much as S3 and i5. Just saying............
posted on Sep 27, 2012, 6:58 AM 1
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