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March 06, 2012

Nokia 808 PureView vs. HTC One X: Photo Quality

The photo quality of the new smartphones that were announced recently were just amazing that they rival even the top point-and-shoot phones and even entry-level dSLRs. Of note are the cameras from the Nokia 808 PureView and the HTC One X.

Sample photos were recently released showing the quality of the images produced by these cameras and as they say, “the proof of the pudding is in the eating”.

So let’slook at these early photos from both.

Nokia 808 PureView sample photos:

HTC One X sample photos:

I’m curious to see more sample but it looks like the HTC One X has a good fighting chance against the 41-megapixel shooter of the Nokia 808 PureView.

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10 Responses to “Nokia 808 PureView vs. HTC One X: Photo Quality”

  1. Sanctuarian06
    Twitter: Sanctuarian06
    says:

    HD: On

  2. Rodrigo H. Madelo Jr
    Twitter: meetmadzky
    says:

    I do think that the two phones do not share a specific shooter capabilities to be compared.

  3. Anonymouse says:

    HTC : Oversaturated, noisy.
    Nokia : Look a little bit closer.

  4. Photographer says:

    HTC : Oversaturated, noisy.

    Nokia : Zoom a little bit closer to the untouched photos to appreciate.

  5. Fleeb says:

    *I meant some details were lost because of that noise. Not a biggie I think.

  6. garz says:

    If you can zoom at the photos it is only then you will see the big difference.

  7. master butan says:

    Mr writer, no offense but do you really know anything about photography? Do you even visit gsmarena and read the articles about these phones?

    “I’m curious to see more sample but it looks like the HTC One X has a good fighting chance against the 41-megapixel shooter of the Nokia 808 PureView.” – This is like saying Manny Pacquiao has a good chance to knockout Vitali Klitschko.

  8. Jesse
    Twitter: zcjesse
    says:

    They’re pretty much incomparable. Based on the photos, Nokia 808’s in a different league altogether.

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