Galaxy S7 vs. iPhone 7 vs. Galaxy Note 5: Camera Comparison

Both Samsung Electronics and Apple will release two smartphones next year, in both cases it seems that the camera technology is critical. Apple is expected to launch the successor of the iPhone 6S – the revolutionary new iPhone 7 – in July 2016. Meanwhile, Samsung’s new Galaxy S7 is expected to be launched in February 2016.

Mobile technology advances by leaps and bounds and the photographic capabilities of these devices are on an increasing tendency to replace dedicated cameras. Gone are those days when the camera was merely a decorative element or a rarity as part of a phone’s technology; nowadays Samsung, Apple, and other manufacturers equip mobile devices with cameras ready to take pictures at professional quality.

Given this, what will make the difference between cameras of iPhone 7, Galaxy Note 5, or Galaxy S7? We don’t certainly know, but let’s examine the latest rumors.

Galaxy S7

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Samsung is known for launching their devices with the latest and most modern technology available. Thus, S7 Galaxy camera is expected to be awesome. The particular technical characteristics highly depend on whether Samsung decides to sideline rivals like LG G4 or to continue conservatively.

The first reports tell us that the new flagship of Samsung will be equipped with a 16-megapixel rear camera and a front of 5 megapixels. However, other rumors seem wildest and are much less conservative, mentioning a 30 megapixel rear camera and a 10 megapixels front camera. If so, it would be an incredible achievement for Samsung, who will undoubtedly focus almost the entire marketing strategy on this component. Yet this rumor seems too good to be true and we believe that the Korean company will go with the first option.

Other improvements we will undoubtedly see in Galaxy S7 are the optical image stabilization, superior photo quality, and improved functions managed by software. Perhaps the number of megapixels is at a midpoint between 16 and 30, which would be great news for the fans of this brand.

Galaxy Note 5

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Although the Galaxy Note 5 is not a flagship of Samsung, in recent years this range of devices has been especially praised for the overall quality and durability. Over the years, Samsung has been equipping the Galaxy Note series with really impressive technical features, and the Galaxy Note 5 makes no exception to the rule.

It is believed that the Galaxy Note 5 will feature two rear cameras, implemented in the phablet, 3D features, as well as up to four flashes. It is also believed that the device could have a 21 megapixels main camera, which would certainly be a factor to take into account.

The latest rumors also suggest that Samsung intend to improve the front camera of the Galaxy Note 5 significantly in order to ensure selfies are particularly detailed. The future of the cameras in the Galaxy family certainly looks exciting if we go by all the rumors that are coming from Asia.

 

iPhone 7

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iPhone 7 is expected to be a revolutionary smartphone to arrive somewhere between April and October 2016, replacing iPhone 6S, which has been released this fall. Many analysts believe that this device will be announced in April 2016 but would not be surprising Apple to launch the smartphone later in 2016 to ensure it has no flaws.

We have found many rumors about the iPhone 7 camera, often have jumped into fray information, pointing out that Apple is working on making a dual-lens unit for the iPhone 7. Some suggestions have led to conclusions the iPhone 7 will have a professional DSLR camera. This would certainly be a very ambitious feature for such a device, positioning Apple at the forefront of this technology.

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