Samsung Galaxy S7 vs iPhone 7 in camera comparison
TechCrunch: Samsung Galaxy, iPhone, and iPad are all pretty darn close, according to a new report from The Information.
And according to The Information, the iPhone 7’s cameras are about 2x more accurate than the Samsung Galaxy’s.
That’s an interesting trend.
Samsung’s camera isn’t exactly top-of-the-line, but its sensor is pretty darn good.
The camera on the Galaxy S5, for instance, was the best in the world.
The iPhone’s sensor was not nearly as good.
But the Galaxy’s camera was really good, and its sensor was also very good.
That led to a really interesting relationship between the two devices’ cameras.
We’re not entirely sure how that happened.
We’ve talked before about how Samsung’s new S7 cameras are really good.
They’re very good, which is why Apple chose to include them in the iPhone.
But there’s another angle to consider: how the iPhone cameras compare to the Samsungs’.
So, if Samsung’s sensors are 2x better than the iPhone’s, how can the iPhone be better than Samsung’s cameras?
We’ll have to see how this one plays out.
It’s not a simple comparison.
Apple’s cameras may be faster, but Samsung’s are also much better.
If you’re looking for an apples-to-apples comparison, that’s going to be harder.
But it’s possible that the Samsung’s may have the better cameras.
The only thing that could stop them from getting closer to Apple’s are the iPhone and iPad’s design and materials.
So far, Samsung’s design has been better, and it’s also cheaper, but we don’t know how much of that is down to design.
The most important thing is that both phones are pretty darn sharp.