PhoneArena held a blind camera comparison test between the iPhone 6 and the Galaxy Note 4, with over 6,000 of its readers, with Samsung's phablet coming out on top.
From the 6,000 readers, just under 43% of them found the Galaxy Note 4's pictures to look better, with just 22% choosing the iPhone 6 as having the better rear-snapper. These numbers are even better considering the blind camera comparison included other smartphones, with some of the biggest devices released yet being tested. This included the LG G3, Galaxy Note 3, Galaxy S5 and Sony's Xperia Z3, all polled at under 12%.
This isn't a 'the Galaxy Note 4 takes better pictures than the iPhone 6, period' as PhoneArena only snapped shots in strong lighting, and didn't shoot in low-light or bad conditions. The site has promised that a more detailed camera comparison test is coming, something we should expect in the coming weeks.
Last updated: Jun 16, 2020 at 04:29 pm CDT
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