Samsung Galaxy S4 has been announced the new winner in its mobile phone camera test by DxO Labs.
The French situated firm, which specific specializes in camera optics and as well as image sensor analysis keenly gave the new Android phone a score of 75% this week, edging out the iPhone 5 at 72% and the lead and top score is the new Nokia 808 pureview at 77% this same week but that specific model of phone is hobbled by its Symbian OS, a commercial failure compared to Apple's iOS in the iPhone and Google Android in the Galaxy.
Perhaps Nokia would have better commercial success with its rumoured "Eos Phone", which include incorporate the relative large image sensor and the high end Zeiss lens of Nokia pureview 808 into a Windows phone model and verbally, iPhone 5 is not the limit from Apple.
Camera has become one of the most aspects of smartphone performance as people tend to shift away from dedicated cameras to a device that they are likely to have at all times and that comes equipped with a network connection for instant sharing.
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