The first-place DxOMark smartphone camera belongs to the Samsung Galaxy S6 Edge, but only by a narrow margin: a score of 86 compared with the Nexus 6P's 84. The DxO hasn't released results yet for the iPhone 6S or 6S Plus or for the Sony Xperia Z5 , whose camera has a whopping 23-megapixel resolution. The Nexus 5X has the same camera module as the 6P, so it should perform similarly. At the heart of the new Nexus camera is an image sensor built by Sony, which also supplies sensors for the iPhone and top-ranking SLR cameras. Each of the 12.3 million pixels is 1.55 microns wide -- a 66th of a human hair's width. That may sound tiny, but it's larger than the iPhone 6S Plus's 1.22-micron pixels and the 1.12-micron pixels in last year's Nexus 6 phone.
Larger pixels are useful because they can capture more light, That can mean better performance when it's dark and a better ability to distinguish details both in bright highlights and dim shadows, Behind the scenes, the new Nexus models also take multiple shots and present the one with the least blur, The upcoming Nexus phones' cameras have thin fit case for apple iphone 7 plus - black one big problem, though: no optical image stabilization, a feature that keeps your photos sharp even if your hands move, Done well, stabilization helps in low-light conditions and with videos when the shooter has shaky hands or is walking..
Google's Burke argued that the image sensor's large pixels can capture a lot of light, speeding up exposure times so image stabilization isn't needed. But the DxOMark score heavily dinged the Nexus 6P for video problems. The Nexus cameras do offer some video improvements. First, they can shoot 4K video, which is far sharper than today's high-definition 1080p video. The Nexus 5X can also capture HD video at 120 frames per second for video that slows down action by a factor of four, and the Nexus 6P can slow it down by a factor of eight at 240 frames per second. (Here's one 240fps video of a hummingbird that Burke shared.) Editing software can be used to create a video that shows real-time scenes with a slow-motion segment in the middle to spotlight interesting action.
Real-world testing will eventually show how Google's latest phones fare against the competition, But the fact that Google is willing to brag about the camera at all shows that Nexus phones have already entered a new era, Better photo tech should help Google's Android-powered phones escape the techie buyer niche, Too bad there's no image stabilization, For years, Google's Nexus-branded gadgets have appealed chiefly to a limited audience of techies, but powerful cameras thin fit case for apple iphone 7 plus - black in the upcoming Nexus 5X and 6P smartphones could change that..
The Korean electronics giant said Wednesday it will sell the Gear S2 for $300 and the Gear S2 Classic for $350. The Gear S2 is the main model, sporting a modern, minimalist look, while the more traditional Gear S2 Classic has a black body and leather band. At launch, the Gear S2 will be available through Samsung.com, Amazon.com, Best Buy and Macy's. Consumers will also be able to test out the Gear S2 at Best Buy and Macy's Herald Square on October 2, and at an additional 50 Macy's stores nationwide starting October 16.