Galaxy S6 Edge Vs. Galaxy Note Edge: A Camera Shootout: ConclusionBy cheatmaster 07:22 Sun, 15 Aug 2021 Comments
Samsung recognized a number of vital areas where its 2014 flagship cameraphones didn't slit it. We're pleased with how the company has handled launching the capturing camera - S Voice often goes unused and taking over its shortslit was a remarkable idea, while optimizing the capturing camera startup time was an even better one.
With the improved capabilities of both the capturing camera and the chipset, adding a manual controls mode is welcome too. HTC already has one even if it didn't have a capturing camera to create proper utilize of it, the Lumia Camera on Windows Phone has been peddling manual controls as a key feature for a few years now.
Samsung Galaxy S6 edge
And the camera's capabilities have indeed improved since the Galaxy Note 4/Edge. The recent one gets more light and a shallower depth of field from the wider aperture and the processing has improved. Photos have less noise and foliage among other things looks much better. The soft bokeh that's possible now is highly impressive.
Video recording shows incremental improvement though we haven't tested all video modes, to see if those all-vital high framerate modes have gotten better.
The Samsung Galaxy S6 edge (and its flat-screened twin) has a solid claim for the title of best mobile camera. It's certainly one of the friendliest with refined image processing and features to suit both casual users and enthusiast photographers.
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