Samsung uses again in year two different camera sensors in Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge. See the difference on photos taken with both sensors in the gallery here.
Since there is a great demand on the Samsung Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge, it is not enough only to entrust the production of camera sensor to the Sony with the so-called Sony IMX260 sensor.
This is why many variants of the Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S7 edge instead equipped with Samsung’s own ISOCELL sensor with the same specifications-you can just do not know you sure what you are getting.
The same prevailed last year with the Galaxy and Galaxy S6 S6 edge, which turned out to be a visible difference, but where it probably would be of lesser importance for the average American and the untrained eye.
Is it the same as the case again this year, where you have to leave it up to chance whether your Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge comes with a Sony or Samsung camera sensor?
It has the Finnish website, Muropaketti, set out to investigate. The people behind have acquired a variant of Samsung Galaxy S7 with a camera sensor from each producer and put them up against each other at five different motifs.
See the pictures in the gallery including full-resolution, where images from the Samsung sensor is first, followed by the Sony sensor.
What is your verdict on the two camera sensors? Is it Samsung or Sony sensor that performs best, or do you think that they are on par with each other? Give your opinion in a comment below.