This video is destined to be an Epic; Cell South gets a Galaxy S of its own
posted by Alan F. / Jul 01, 2010, 11:50 PM
Samsung Epic 4G Specifications | Hands-on
Samsung Galaxy S CDMA Specifications | Hands-on (Fascinate)
source: AndroidCentral (Cellular South), AndroidCentral (Promo)
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SAMSUNG GALAXY phones are too big and poor picture quality when compared to other smartphones. SAMSUNG was a company that make cameras and electronic gadgets but when it came to camera phones SAMSUNG score below iPhone and others. Now TEXAS INSTRUMENTS is making 20 mega pixels camera for cell phones.
posted on Oct 20, 2010, 1:47 AM 0
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How are samsung galaxy phones too big? They're thin as hell and have one of the best displays on the market. And apart from the 4" SAMOLED screen, there barely is any real estate on the device (aside from the sprint epic 4g's keyboarded variant). Everything your saying is complete idiocy. Samsung cameras do just fine in quality... especially the galaxy s models. They're even capable of recording at 720p. Do some research before you make a fool of yourself.
posted on Jul 02, 2010, 6:41 AM 0
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Yeah, you didn't even mention the supriority of color saturation on the SAMOLED screen. As for iPhone and others... The iPHone 4 and the Motorolla Milestone are the only cells that has a higher screen resolution than the Galaxy S Pro [with approximately the same size screen]. What others?
posted on Jul 02, 2010, 2:38 PM 0
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dude, the iphone4 uses a 5 mpx camera just like the galaxyS. Any difference is going to be in software design.
posted on Jul 02, 2010, 11:27 AM 0
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totally wrong. The quality of a picture does not depend on software, it depends mostly on hardware. The type of lens they use, the type of flash they use, and whether it uses digital zoom or optical zoom makes up probably 90% of the results you see in quality. Software has little to nothing to do with the quality of the pictures you take.
posted on Jul 02, 2010, 2:36 PM 0
Posts: 200; Member since: May 15, 2009
bigkippa, i agree with you and +ed you but the algorythm each company uses to capture light is very different. samsung has always had a killer one although it seems prone to blurs more so than others. Samsung's overall pic quality is softer. i like it.
posted on Jul 02, 2010, 3:43 PM 0
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