In this short comparison you'll see the Nokia Lumia 830, Lumia 930 and Lumia 1020, the Samsung Galaxy K Zoom and Sony Xperia Z3 capturing a collection of colorful UTP-cables. Nothing pretentious, just lots of colours and details, fun to compare.
I said I would wait for Lumia Camera before using the (last) Nokia Lumia 830, in any other comparisons. But I failed, being way too curious about the quality of the sensor and current software - after all, it can only get better, right? So recently I compared two scenes (outside and inside) with the Nokia Lumia 830 and Lumia 930.
Today, I tested the new Nokia Lumia 830 against his much older brother, the Lumia 920, introducing OIS to the PureView concept. And I compared it with the recent Lumia 930, offering PureView oversampling, which the Lumia 830 doesn't offer: something's gotta give if you want an "affordable flagship".
So I had another go at the iPhone 6, the Plus version even this time. Again, it was a colleague who could borrow me the device and I could actually use it for about an hour. First of all: this is a big device, way bigger than I expected it to be.
An acquaintance of mine was among the first Dutch buyers of the iPhone 6 - and he was happy to go for a short walk with me last wednesday to capture some scenes to compare. We had less than one hour. I was carrying six other smartphones: the "usual suspects" so to say. Nokia 808 PureView, Lumia 1020, 1520 and 930. Samsung Galaxy S5 and K Zoom. And the LG G3. Here's what I got.