Anonymous, 24 May 2017Sony's camera is RUBBISH! The blind test proves it!And Samsung overexposed their photos...
They should have included a Samsung S8 vs. Huawei P10 comparison and not Sony. Can we do another comparison? Or add P10
Anonymous, 23 May 2017Expected results, even though l am a Sony fan. Personally l prefer Sony designs than Sammy I mean what's not to love? The phone is twice the size despite the smaller screen... Like literally. Really an eye popping design, looks over function (because you'd really need new pants for that behemoth).
Expected results, even though l am a Sony fan. Personally l prefer Sony designs than Sammy
This is an unfair comparison. Xperia XZ Premium's wide-angle lens takes in more details than the other two phones. Hence, they should not be shooting for subjects in the same distance. Otherwise, the XZ Premium's shot, when cropped at 100%, is not the same as the 100% crop of the S8 or G6. I reckon the XZ Premium's 100% crop would be equivalent to probably 120-130% crop for S8 and G6. This is pretty much noticeable when all three shoot at the same distance - LG G6 and Samsung S8 will have resulting pictures that look closer to the subject while XZ Premium's resulting shot shows more detail and is more far than the other two from the subject. The only way to have a fair comparison is for the XZ Premium to be nearer the subject than the other two to level the wide-angle lens factor from the XZ Premium.
I originally voted for LG as less artificial, but take a look at the 2nd photo. It's quite surprising that even though the Samsung got the blinds wrong, the detail of grass is years ahead of the competition. In the other 2 is like watching an expressionist's painting: hand-drawn like. This alone make it the winner. I'm impressed and confused at the same time!
Bunyip22, 18 May 2017I'm guessing you think that the worst pics (B) are XZP and the best (C) are C8. Maybe you s... moreB is most likely Xperia XZ Premium. And it isn't the worst; it's just that everyone apparently likes pictures with a blown up contrast.
Jesse Clark, 20 May 2017Maple gold is the best. Orchid Grey after Black.
Whackcar, 19 May 2017It is 100% same. Only software improvements. Do your research.different sensor.. from sony in snapdragon, and isocell in exynos,, and many software improvements , and for a literate guy, software is equally as important as hardware
Xz8441, 21 May 2017The night shots made you choose Sony? It capture black great? Lol seriously you must be trolli... moreXperia capture black while S8 is grey.
"Visible noise in low light conditions"
One of the cons of S8 in video
Xz8441, 21 May 2017Hello? Do you even read? They are all 100% crops lol. What crap (overcrop, is that even a term... moreHello?Did you know that XZP has the widest camera. The object should be more smaller. I know Sony camera is suck in low light:-)
Xperia fan 1, 20 May 2017After watching full picture of night​ shot ,, I will definitely choose Xperia XZP be... moreThe night shots made you choose Sony? It capture black great? Lol seriously you must be trolling.
Sony's a blurry mess with that dusk and night photo
The Only, 20 May 2017Dude,Sony XXP has the widest camera (exclude LG Wide Angle) :-) and XXZP picture should has sm... moreHello? Do you even read? They are all 100% crops lol. What crap (overcrop, is that even a term) are you talking about?
Xperia fan 1, 20 May 2017After watching full picture of night​ shot ,, I will definitely choose Xperia XZP be... moreYou can't judge which color is correct when you're not on the scene or there's no reference picture taken with properly calibrated white balance DSLR. S8 could be faded it, or XZP could be oversaturated it. Or both could be wrong.
NickiName, 20 May 2017A beautiful phone is determined by the person looking at it. Just because you don't like the d... moreDude. It's ugly. Live with it. Huge and boring
As good the camera. It had the worst camera ... end of story
Ranjith Nath, 20 May 2017 Sony phone has good rating in DXOMARK . But here its not good . How is it possible .He is sayinf that camera on a phone is not comparable to an actual camera like the dslr.