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The Samsung Galaxy S8 is ahead of the iPhone 7 in the ranking of the best cameras on the version DxOMark

The iPhone 7 is inferior in picture quality to the new flagship Galaxy S8 show the results of the DxOMark testing. In the test, which measures the ability of camera and video mobile devices, “Korean” received 88 points 86 points against the 4.7-inch Apple flagship. The camera iPhone 7 Plus specialists not tested.

Galaxy S8 showed the result at the level of Galaxy S7 Edge. In General, the new model uses the same image sensor, and only the differences in software processing. However, according to the results, the South Korean unit managed to surpass the iPhone 7.

The experts at DxOMark, regularly testing mobile electronics, said fast and accurate the autofocus mechanism of the camera Galaxy S8, high detail when shooting in low light, decent flash, good color reproduction in low light conditions, a good exposure. However, noted the loss of detail in areas of low contrast, variations in sharpness and some other nuances.

As for video , the shortcomings of the authors of the test indicated a high level of noise in low light, as well as a number of defects when panning.

Apparently, the main camera Galaxy S8 was not included in the upgrade program. At the very least, its technical characteristics do not give improvements compared to the Samsung Galaxy S7. The resolution remained the same (12 megapixels), the diaphragm is not changed (f/1,7). The Samsung just did some work on the algorithms of processing of the received images. The result looks a bit different than in the case of the Galaxy S7, but also at a fairly high level.

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iPhone 7, like its predecessor, features a 12-megapixel module. Updated the camera takes in the color space DCI-P3, and superior in other respects compared to its predecessor. The model is equipped with an optical image stabilizer. The camera resolution was not increased, however, a new matrix from Sony provides up to 60% faster autofocus and consumes 30% less energy.

Implemented new design optics with six lenses and an aperture of f/1,8 (in contrast to f/2.2 in the iPhone 6s), as well as for 50% brighter True Tone flash with four LEDs.

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