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Xperia Z2 best camera phone

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7th April 2014, 06:52 PM   |  #1  
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DxOMark Mobile Photo: TEST SONY XPERIA Z2

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8th April 2014, 09:28 AM   |  #2  
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And Qualcom announced S808 and 810 CPU based on 64 bit architecture.

Z1 is great, Z2 is awesome...
We could only imagine what will Sony present with Z3 or Z4 (or whatever they named them).

Sony will rule in Android world.

If they add navigation bar control through settings UI - I could leave without root on something like Z3/Z4.

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And Qualcom announced S808 and 810 CPU based on 64 bit architecture.

Z1 is great, Z2 is awesome...
We could only imagine what will Sony present with Z3 or Z4 (or whatever they named them).

Sony will rule in Android world.

If they add navigation bar control through settings UI - I could leave without root on something like Z3/Z4.

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Better than pureview? Z1 third best camera phone?I something is not right here..
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Better than pureview? Z1 third best camera phone?I something is not right here..

I thought the same...
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Better than pureview? Z1 third best camera phone?I something is not right here..

Don't know why you quoted me.
What I said was referring only to Xperia.
Z1, Z2 then next, device that will come this or next year.

I'm saying Z1 has best camera...

And last part... See .that... Sony will rule - so, really don't know where did you found that.


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Better than pureview? Z1 third best camera phone?I something is not right here..

If you read their assessment the tests are done to compare overall camera performance and not just image quality of the photos, they also include video performance as well. The Z2 and the pureview have the same score in image quality but the Z2 trumps the pureview in aspects such as exposure and autofocus, which are all accounted for in the final score. I'm no camera expert but DxOMark are supposedly one of the best in camera reviews, the Z2 is looking even more promising then ever
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Highly impressive that it best the pureview. Does waterproofing a camera effect it's performance? If so, then it's even more impressive. ♋
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I tend to agree that camera performance should include some measure of accessibility. If a camera can only take great shots in manual mode after fiddling with 17 settings in perfect light on days you got lucky with the old lady and a promotion at work it isn't as useful day to day as one where you can just press the button and get a lesser but decent shot to me.

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