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Samsung compared the quality of shooting in low light on the Galaxy S7 or iPhone 6s [video]

At the event Unpacked 2016, which was held in the framework of the exhibition Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, Samsung unveiled two new flagship smartphone: Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge. The second differs from the first in that the display is “rounded” on both sides. Both received 12-megapixel camera with optical image stabilization.

For Samsung model Galaxy S7 Galaxy S7 and edge are key. If the demand lives up to expectations, then the Koreans will be able to compete with Apple for leadership in the mobile market. Otherwise, the chances to hold the top spots in the global ranking of low.

Not surprisingly, as its main target was selected by the iPhone 6s. Since the presentation of the Korean manufacturer whenever possible, compares their smartphones with Apple devices, which many companies do to avoid. On one of the stands at MWC Koreans showed the picture quality of Galaxy S7 and iPhone 6s in low light.

In Samsung say that the Galaxy S7 with the Sony sensor used IMX260 first module of its own design BRITECELL. Physically, the matrix has a resolution of 24 megapixels, but the output image is made up of twice the smaller, neighbouring points are merged to improve the sharpness of the image. In this technology there is another aspect: usually has a filter for green, it reduces the sensitivity matrix. In BRITECELL from this filter refused that, coupled with the f/1.7 leads to increased light sensitivity of the camera.

iPhone 6s:

Galaxy S7:

Galaxy S6:

According to representatives of Samsung, the Galaxy S7 camera can capture almost twice the light (95% more) than the iPhone 6s, and also allows you to focus three times faster compared to its predecessor, which allows to obtain higher quality pictures.

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