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Samsung Galaxy S5 tops our blind camera comparison for the third time in a row, LG G3 close second

Samsung Galaxy S5 tops our blind camera comparison for the third time in a row, LG G3 close second
One of the many things to like about the Samsung Galaxy S5 is that it comes with a superb main camera. We're delighted with the photos that it takes, and so are our readers, it seems. In fact, Samsung's top model won a blind camera comparison of ours for the third time in a row, even though it ran against five very capable rivals. Out of the 1504 people who participated in the poll, 513 voted for the S5, giving it an overall score of 34.11%. But the LG G3 was only four votes short of winning the gold. It got 510 of our readers' votes (33.91%) which makes it about as tough of a contender in the camera category as the Galaxy S5.

Apple's iPhone 5s came in third place after accumulating 182 votes (12.1%), or about three times less than what the Galaxy S5 and LG G3 got. The LG G2, HTC One (M8), and Sony Xperia Z2 couldn't really wow our readers as they received only 105, 99, and 95 votes respectively.

That's all for now, folks. If you're curious as to how the LG G3's camera performs against those on its main rivals, be sure to read our LG G3 camera comparison, with many day- and night-time photos taken with LG's and other companies' flagship smartphones.

Which phone's photos do you like best?

Samsung Galaxy S5 (Phone 6)
34.11%
LG G3 (Phone 2)
33.91%
iPhone 5s (Phone 1)
12.1%
LG G2 (Phone 4)
6.98%
HTC One (M8) (Phone 3)
6.58%
Sony Xperia Z2 (Phone 5)
6.32%

Related phones

Galaxy S5
G3
iPhone 5s
G2
Xperia Z2
One (M8)

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