Sunday, November 20, 2011

Samsung Galaxy Note review

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If you’ve read through our Motorola RAZR vs Galaxy S II vs Galaxy Note camera comparison, you’ll notice that in less that ideal lighting both the Galaxy Note and Galaxy S II struggles with white balance, but this is not the case in most conditions as you can see in the sample shots here. A point worth noting: The Galaxy Note uses continuous focus in video mode. This can be a bit of nuisance for some as the Note will, at times, hunt for a focus point. We’d prefer for the Note to have a tap to focus override as well.
Overall, we really like the camera on the Galaxy Note. Although the 8MP sensor is probably identical to the one in the Galaxy S II, we see that Samsung has optimised it further in the Note, and the result is, quite simply, mighty impressive. Pictures come out vivid and pin sharp, colour reproduction is fairly accurate as well — in most cases at least. Low light performance is also better than average. While noise is still noticeable, the camera didn’t trade-off details to get decent pictures in poor light. As can be seen in the clouds picture, contrast is good too where the separation between various gradients of darkness are distinct.

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Sample #2
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Sample #3
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Sample #4
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Sample #5
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