With the Samsung Galaxy S7 just coming out under wraps recently debuting at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in Barcelona, of course it’s only natural people have been analyzing the entire phone and see what it has to offer. And that also undeniably leads to a comparison with the iPhone 6S too, in terms of camera quality, to say the least.
There has been some “tests” conducted during the event whereby some phone enthusiasts were seen capturing pictures at very low levels of lighting. You could see the obvious difference by yourself in the picture shown below, which demonstrates three very different image qualities taken with (in order) S6, S7 and 6S. And obviously, the S7 tops it all with the crisp image it could produce; it’s the only one that’s most usable there.
Sure, there’s no denying that phones still have a long way to go before actually having the ability to shoot in extremely low light conditions – they have done quite a pretty decent job so far – but there’s still more to catch up on with darkness. It’s one aspect that’s still getting tech makers scratching their heads looking for the ultimate method to resolve the situation, but hang on, we’re getting there.