Submitted by DarkFireHawk 1075d ago | news

iPhone 5 and Nokia Lumia 920 face off with image stabilization test

Engadget - Nokia's Lumia 920 packs the industry's best image stabilization -- there's no questioning that -- thanks to a camera module that pairs both sensor and lens-based optical IS. The iPhone 5 also offers a notable improvement over its Apple-made predecessor on the video front, but considering that its stabilization is of the digital variety, we wouldn't expect it to top Nokia's new flagship. We had an opportunity to test both smartphones in a head-to-head demo at Nokia's research and development facility in Tampere, Finland, about two hours north of the company's Espoo headquarters. In fact, we're told that this is the very first such comparison shoot in the world, considering that the iPhone made it to market just last week and the only opportunity to shoot with a Lumia 920 is currently in the European country where the device was born. (Apple, Gadgets, iPhone, iPhone 5, Nokia, nokia lumia 920, Phones)

iSpy  +   1075d ago
So Nokia's 8.7 MP camera with pureview software did win the camera test...
Good for Nokia...
DarkFireHawk  +   1075d ago
Completely expected. Nokia is known for the whole "Carl Zeiss" thing. I honestly was not expecting anything less.
mcstorm  +   1075d ago
I cant wait to get the Lumia 920. I really hope people start to look at Windows phone 8 as Nokia HTC and Samsung are brining out so amazing looking phones.

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