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The new test, the iPhone 6s camera lost Samsung Galaxy S7 [photos]

The announcement of Samsung Galaxy S7, Galaxy S7 edge on the Mobile World Congress 2016 became one of the major IT events of the end time. Although in General there is nothing revolutionary in these smartphones is not, however, on first impression and on the totality of information disclosed about the novelties of the impression that this is really one of the best Android flagships in the first half of 2016.

Since the presentation of the Galaxy S7 much attention the media pay to the cameras of these devices. Cameras have a resolution of 12-megapixels – the same as iPhone 6s and 6s Plus, but have a number of interesting technologies. So, each element of the matrix became larger (56%), due to capturing more light and making it possible to shoot even in very low light.

The new sensor from Sony in smartphones in addition to high light sensitivity got improved phase detection autofocus, use focus, not part, but all pixels in the matrix. Similar technology is used in some top-end “SLR”, but in smartphones it is applied for the first time. Wide-angle lens (F1.7) not only helps to fit in the frame, but misses to the matrix more light.

Browsers CNET decided to compare the camera of Galaxy S7 or iPhone 6s, made a few ambiguous conclusions. First, it is argued that the results of yield testing iMore, who said the obvious superiority of smartphone cameras Apple over Samsung devices, not true. The device photographed approximately at the same level. And in some scenes, particularly in low light Korean vehicles demonstrate the result is better than the iPhone 6s.

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As you can see by the pictures below, photos taken on the Galaxy S7, it came out lighter due to the bigger aperture of f/1.7. The optical system of the iPhone 6s has an aperture of f/2.2, and so the matrix gets less light. However, Samsung smartphones take significantly worse with flash and the iPhone 6s is inferior in quality shooting selfies in poor light.

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