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Samsung Promises ?amazing Pictures From The Galaxy S6

This is not a very unbiased review of the cameras. Both cameras clearly show great potential for taking quality photos, but the commentary about them is skewed, and not overtly knowledgeable in photography. Aside from most of the S6 pictures needing to be turned upside up in order to look at properly (bit of a publishing editorial blooper), what I find in most of the pictures where there is a difference, is that the two cameras are focusing on different parts of the image (both in terms of focus and light metering).

Samsung promises ‘amazing pictures’ from the Galaxy S6

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Look at the pictures you took of the jewelry. The reason why the S6 looked yellow was because you took it from the reverse angle, with the light probably shining into the lens of the S6 camera. Look at where the necklace is in the picture you took using the LG4.

The first is what Samsung's marketing machine likes to call the People Edge, which is a small menu that can be accessed by swiping from the curved edge inwards to the centre of the screen. This feature only works on the home screen and in the overview of installed apps. The People Edge feature provides a vertical list with profile pictures from favourite contacts, each in its own unique colour. By tapping a contact, you can make a quick call or send a message. The idea behind the People Edge function is simple and well-implemented. We're not sure why Samsung didn't put it in the standard S6 as well, since the edges don't seem to offer any substantial advantages.

Apart from a new sensor and lens, all the other enhancements are software-based. One of the biggest improvements over the S5 is the speed at which the rear camera is ready for action. Undoubtedly, this is the result of the S6's snappy hardware. Just press the home button twice and the S6 is instantly ready to shoot some pictures. This even works when the phone is locked and the screen is turned off. Like the Note 4, the camera on the S6 uses phase detection autofocus, so getting the right focus is fast and accurate.

Of course, 5G promises to do a lot more of everything users are just coming to expect from 4G in terms of watching video, faster download times and denser network coverage. Major vendors predict a 100 to 1,000 fold increase in network capacity.

iPhone 13 Pro Max Camera Specifications: Speaking about the optics, on the rear, the iPhone 13 Pro Max features a triple camera setup for clicking some amazing pictures and recording high quality videos. There is a 12 MP primary camera with f/1.5 aperture, a 12 MP camera with f/1.8 aperture, and a 12 MP camera with f/2.8 aperture. While on the front, the phone sports a 12 MP camera with f/2.2 aperture for clicking some stunning selfies and making video calls.


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