Low light shooting: Galaxy S4 vs HTC One vs iPhone 5 vs Lumia 928

Geek: As the smartphone has shifted into being most people’s primary camera, we’ve gotten a whole lot more picky about the quality of the images these devices take. Simply put, good is no longer good enough. These days, if a smartphone wants to be any sort of contender it needs a camera that is great under all sorts of different circumstances. After all, pretty much anything can take a solid picture out in the sun, but the best devices — the superphones — need to shine when the light gets low.


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sonicwrecks84d ago

I've fixed the images on some of these past submissions of yours. Please in the future make sure the image isn't broken on submission.( I always found it best to download/upload it to be honest. )