Super Smartphone Showdown Part 5: Cameras

We're back again for another part of the Super Smartphone Showdown, the second to last part of the six part series. That, of course, means that this is episode five, where we will be looking at the cameras used on each device. We do some shot-taking in different lighting, and then take a close-up look at the results.

Every device in this showdown uses an 8-megapixel camera, except for the Xperia S which has a 12-megapixel camera. All devices have front-facing cameras and LED flashes, while all are also capable of 1080p video recording using the rear camera.

Again, we hope you are enjoying the Super Smartphone Showdown and in case you missed the previous episode you can follow the link below to check out part four, where we looked at the performance of all the devices. Check back here on Neowin, or subscribe to our YouTube channel to easily get the next part tomorrow, where we look at some of the final bits like video playback and battery life, followed by the conclusion.

You can also watch all the videos in the showdown one after another by following this link, which takes you to a Super Smartphone Showdown playlist.

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Camera performance is highly dependent on the shaky hands of its user. I see in one test the camera move while actuating the shutter. The point is blurry photos are the expectation.

The devices deserve a commonly used rest for taking still photos. I recommend a do over.

Just a quick commentary on your delivery. Not entirely horrid, but you need to work on your awkward pausing and loud lip smacking.