iPhone 5 vs. Nokia 808 vs. Samsung Galaxy Camera, S III, Note II [Photos]

Posted January 29, 2013 at 5:15am by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 28474 views

A detailed camera comparison has been posted by PhoneArena of the iPhone 5 vs. Nokia 808 PureView vs. Samsung Galaxy Camera vs. Samsung Galaxy S III vs. Samsung Galaxy Note II.

Over the years we've done our fair share of cameraphone comparisons, but the one we have for you today is unlike any other. That's because among the contestants we have a real, dedicated point-and-shoot camera – the Android-powered Samsung Galaxy Camera, which will be competing against some of the most capable handsets currently on the market.

Here are just some of the results:

Details:
1. Nokia 808 PureView
2. iPhone 5
3. Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note II
4. Samsung Galaxy Camera

Color Reproduction:
1. Samsung Galaxy S III
2. iPhone 5
3. Samsung Galaxy Camera
4. Samsung Galaxy Note II
5. Nokia 808 PureView

Indoor:
1. Samsung Galaxy Camera
2. Nokia 808 PureView
3. Apple iPhone 5
4. Samsung Galaxy S III and Samsung Galaxy Note II

Night:
1. Samsung Galaxy Camera
2. Nokia 808 PureView, iPhone 5, Samsung Galaxy S III, Samsung Galaxy Note II

Hit the link below to read the full comparative review and conclusions.

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Demo - February 1, 2013 at 9:17pm
How much $ samsung pay 4 you ?
vader - January 30, 2013 at 9:30pm
Sorry, my original comment should obviously read SLR, not SLD. Doh!
vader - January 30, 2013 at 9:29pm
I suppose we all expected the result :) I would personally prefer a camera to show the actual colours, not vidid. It is easy to saturate using photoshop. Whilst it might be more pleasing to look at a saturated photo, it isn't real. An SLD (digital or film) would also seem less vivid, however you would be brave to say it wasn't a better photo :) Bottom line - 808 shows most realistic, noise free detailed shots, but a lot of people call it a "phone camera", ie. a camera that makes calls :) It has a real lens, a sensor that has almost 9 times the area (more sensitive) ..... IP5 is actually good for a phone, but not in the same league. Try looking at reviews from actual camera sites, like dpreview - they don't think the IP5 is anywhere near as good.
GuestX - January 30, 2013 at 8:58pm
Sorry guys .. 808 is the best .. it won numerous similar comparison tests in the past and also numerous awards. Not to mention the sound recording quality which is beyond everything thats available on the cell phone market.
Guest - January 30, 2013 at 8:07pm
This is IClarified, did anyone expect IPhone 5 not to win?
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