Numbers don’t really matter, is what was proven when the HTC One M8’s 4-megapixel camera was tested against the 13-megapixel shooter of the HTC One Mini 2 (mini variant of M8). Is that the case with the different brands competing each other with their latest flagships claiming to have the best camera module and the processing system which brings out the best captures? Let’s check that out. We aren’t comparing the camera in all the aspects here. One of the major reasons why a capture having a face or an object in it looks good, is the blurring of the background, or the unwanted areas in the photo.
For example, when you are trying to capture a still object, you would obviously want to show that object in particular and not give any importance to the background objects. That’s what the background defocusing is all about. Google recently launched an app in the Play Store, the Google Camera app, which had the Lens Blur effect which does the same what we are talking about. But how good is the background defocusing as the default feature in the camera of the smartphone. The smartphones used:
- Sony Xperia Z2
- Samsung Galaxy S5
- Gionee Elife E7
- LG G Pro 2
And here are the winners in the order based on the votes:
- Camera 1: 59% Votes: GIONEE ELIFE E7
- Camera 4: 17%: SONY XPERIA Z2
- Camera 3: 13%: LG G Pro 2
- Camera 2: 11%: SAMSUNG GALAXY S5
Thus, the Gionee Elife E7 could defocus the objects better and made the captures better than the other smartphones in the comparison, according to our readers!
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