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Join Date: Jan 2009
Location: Spokane, Washington
Originally Posted by NoEnd
So I found this video on youtube, a 4K video, where I can see it is very bad noise in low light, so I made a comparison with the raw footage and one I made after filters.
So What do you think?
This is from GSMArena's just-posted "mini review." So I think it's too early to think. If I were to think, I'd think of all the camera/video features whose performance I'd be concerned about 4K video recording/playback would be the least of them. Unless people have 4K monitors or TVs recording in 4K is pretty dumb. It's only going to be downscaled to the resolution of what it's being played back on. For videos to be shown on a 1080P mobile device, monitor, or TV content in their native resolution would look better. And 4K videos are absolutely huge.
Disclaimer: The following preview is based on a pre-production Galaxy Note 3 and by explicit request by Samsung we won't be posting any benchmark scores and evaluation of the Snapdragon 800's scores. We won't be conducting our usual suite of tests either. We'll leave those for a later occasion when we get a retail review sample.