Sony and Samsung camera sensors on the Galaxy S6 and S6 edge found to be evenly matched

Sony’s imaging sensor was found to produce true-to-life colors in bright conditions, while Samsung’s own sensor was found to fare better in low-light scenarios.

For the Galaxy S6 and Galaxy S6 edge, Samsung decided to opt for a mix of imaging sensors for the 16MP camera at the back, switching between its in-house ISOCELL sensor and Sony’s latest IMX240. A comparison test from SamMobile revealed that the image quality from both is near-identical.

Source: iMore

About Bhavesh Rabari

Check Also

EE Offers First Plan Bundling Apple Subscription Services in the UK

UK carrier EE has launched a new package called the “Full Works” plan for iPhone, …

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.