The HTC 10, which is currently our top-rated phone camera, and therefore still the gold medalist, was clearly designed to optimize image quality, using a large 10mm phone thickness (“Z” dimension), with an f/1.8 aperture, and a sensor whose area is 60% larger than that of the iPhone 7. This gives the HTC an image quality advantage over the iPhone 7, as confirmed by their respective DxOMark scores of 88 for the HTC 10 and 86 for the iPhone 7, but the HTC 10’s advantage comes at the expense of a thicker handset.
I got HTC 10, Note 5 and Note 7
actually HDR on htc 10 (with auto HDR) it's so nice. it now works as we expect when you compare to one m9 or so. yea RAW are good, but for short snaps auto hdr is the bestI got HTC 10, Note 5 and Note 7
for camera it should be Note 7 > HTC 10 >>> Note 5
you will find the note 5 camera have much more fancy function/scene, and the HTC 10 is very basic one, but enough if you know how to take good photo
p.s. just don't use the HDR mode and try to use RAW, HTC always have problem to save a good quality jpg
in some case HDR is not better, at least for the 10, that's why I don't use auto HDR, I will use it manually and take with both HDR on and off, better safe than sorry.actually HDR on htc 10 (with auto HDR) it's so nice. it now works as we expect when you compare to one m9 or so. yea RAW are good, but for short snaps auto hdr is the best
I'm going to switch to HTC 10 form Note 5 next weekIs there any quick launch with htc10 for camera? Like double click power button, like nexus6p?
Im seriously considering replacing my note5 with htc10, but still not sure is it worth it camera wise?
this phone's camera is MUCH better than any phone before the s7. so yea, it is really worth it and for quick launch from locked phone you can swipe down two times
Cool, let me know how it goes, and impressions. And what I heard today that htc10 proce is going down for 150$.I'm going to switch to HTC 10 form Note 5 next week
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