Apple iPhone 5c vs Samsung Galaxy S4
Making simplicity a core foundation with its experience, it doesn’t surprise us that the iPhone 5c doesn’t have as many camera oriented features. Frankly, it’s pretty barebones in itself, as we’re presented with a few things – like panoramic, square shots, and a color filter mode. Showing off its diversity yet again, the Galaxy S4 is chock full of goodies with its various shooting modes and manual controls. If you’re all about precise control, the Galaxy S4 is going to be your device. And who doesn’t like having options?
Knowing that the iPhone 5c is outfitted with the same camera on last year’s iPhone 5, an 8-megapixel iSight snapper, it doesn’t outclass the beefier 13-megapixel camera of the Galaxy S4. Regardless of that, the iPhone 5c still manages to take some snazzy looking photos – though, its quality doesn’t beat out Sammy’s offering. Thanks in part to its higher 13-megapixel resolution, the Galaxy S4 is able to draw out some additional detail that isn’t otherwise visible with the iPhone 5c’s shots. At the same time, the Galaxy S4’s camera produces the more realistic looking colors, while there’s a bit more saturation with the iPhone 5c.
Getting the same results with their 1080p video recording quality, the Galaxy S4 yet again proves its worth over the iPhone 5c. Well, it’s actually still pretty good with the iPhone 5c, as it boasts enough quality visuals to please us, but as a whole, the Galaxy S4’s camera captures the sharper looking footage. However, it isn’t without its faults – like how it exhibits a bit of noise with its results, which of course we don’t like, but it isn’t too profound to diminish its quality.
There’s not a single music player that’s more flattering than the other, mainly because their presentations and functions are nearly identical. Cranking their volumes to the max, it’s pretty much a tie with their qualities, since they deliver the same powerful and robust tones. Thankfully, neither really crackle or strain.
High definition videos play very smoothly with these two, but when bigger is usually better for the experience, it’s the Galaxy S4 that proves to be the perfect device for the situation. Not only that, but the vibrant look of the Galaxy S4’s display helps to catch our attention more. Adding to the visuals too, there are also a few software features with the Galaxy S4 that we appreciate with the experience – like its Pop Up Play and Air View features.