Hmmm, let me see, I'll need to look for some large ones but here is a small serious of flowers that are pretty. https://onedrive.live.com/redir?resid=9117381FE9E7ABEB!30446&authkey=!AFDbY433NyV17kY&ithint=folder,
If you view the page with desktop mode you will get the shot info.
The 1020 is a massively slow shooter (slow to start, slow to get a shot off and slow in between shoots, this is a major ease of use point in a camera) and well the shooting app itself sucks ass (not mentioning video here). That's the main reason that its not the best camera. If you were shooting a panorama or still lives, 1020 is very good (though a real camera would me much much better), otherwise, not such a good camera at all! I've got a lot of years of camera use behind me :-). Besides resolution, the 6 and 6+ camera are pretty close to the 1020 in picture quality considering all its other advantages.
I look at the chart, and see that the Snapdragon 805 (U.S. version of the Note 4 processor) is curiously missing. Was there no unit to test? Or did the outcome of the test muddy the waters of your comparison, and therefore dropped from the chart? If you are going to compare apples to...........
...or is this an article about Samsung being not very good at designing and making their own chips?
I gave an example of user experience, opening a pdf phone bill in a phone companies app on an S5 and an iPhone.
Chalk and cheese the iOS version worked a hell of a lot better on any iPhone.
You weren't using a sub quarter inch sensor...
Another one falls into the trap.
This is about Samsung's chips, not Qualcomm's.
Yet another typical snide response from DED/Corrections/Prince McClean....
tallest skil wrote: »
I’m of the belief that quantum dot displays will be the next mainstream technology. Apple-related link.
If you are going to compare the galaxy note 4, then use the proper chip to compare to. The American version of the Note 4's cpu is missing, and I find that suspect. Your argument has NOTHING to do with my statement.
Someday, when computing is ubiquitous, perhaps we'll transcend the reductionist focus on processor speed benchmarks as a linear measure of "better" and focus on the qualities of the entire product such as features and experience. Apple achieved this with the iPod Nano (who even cares what chipset it uses?), and I hope the Apple Watch will sit on the same side of sanity. But as long as tech websites continue to treat smart watches as nothing but another touchscreen device strapped to your wrist, the focus on benchmarks will continue.
I wish, but not likely. There is a certain segment of humanity that cannot accept the opinions of others as worthwhile or valid, if not on computers then automobiles, fishing gear, stereo equipment, et al. They will find a way to ‘prove’ they are right and you are wrong. That’s where benchmarks come in. They can be presented as objective evidence while the ‘total experience’ is anathema.
Exactly. The iPhone 6/6P is fast, easy and takes pretty damn good shots for a smartphone.
If I was going to put up with the 1020 to try and get better shots than a simple "point & shoot camera/phone" then I'd use my D700. Only 12MP, but it'll kill the 41MP of the 1020.
And I sure as hell won't put up with the rest of the 1020 as a phone just for the camera.
I thought all of Samsung's marketing money was tied up in paying students and developers for positive reviews (and to bad-mouth the competition):
relic wrote: »
Oh for goodness sakes, I have no love for Samsung but there isn't a game on the market right now that the Note 4 couldn't play, these graphics chips in the current line of mobiles are going to waste. What exactly does this article prove, it's a business phone for goodness sakes. Once the new line of 64bit chips come and if one happens to be faster then the A8, there is a good chance that a few will be, the same comments I just made about the Note 4 will be said here about the iPhone. This is just a silly pissing contest at this point, the current range of chips are fast enough for pretty much anything that you could possibly through at them.
Whatever, I just wanted to boast that we finally got our iPhone 6 upgrades. I got the 128 GB iPhone 6 and my wife got the 16 GB both space grey. We stood in line maybe 30 minutes.
All I wanted to say is I like the Apple 6 and 6+ because they are better versions of 5S. I wouldn't argue anymore if this better that Samsung's Note 4 because I don't have to buy it anyway.
kibitzer wrote: »
Once again, DED fills his analytical chamberpot and dumps it out the window onto Samsung's head.
anantksundaram wrote: »
Spot on. Add to it iWork, iPhoto, etc. The non-Apple world has simply no clue. I've always felt that Apple should create Windows and Android versions of these, to sell at a premium price.