iPhone 6 Plus is against the Galaxy Note and 5 Xiaomi Mi Note Pro: blind chambers test

Publication of mobile phones phoneArena published on the website of experimental material, the essence of which was to vote among readers. We were prepared photographs of four different smartphones and asked to choose the best quality and most bad shots, focusing only on the number of frames, no-name devices - so-called "blind testing". In tests participated iPhone 6 Plus, Galaxy Note 5, Galaxy Note 4 and Xiaomi Mi Note Pro.



The technique of "blind testing" is often used in research, its main task - to remove the perception of the brand and make comparisons equal for all. It is well known in the electronics is no different from other goods and features of perception. Often models of headphones worth a few tens of dollars sounded no worse than the headphones cost hundreds of dollars. But knowing the brand of headphones and their cost, most people appreciated the second, while the first relates to the disdainfully.

According to the final results of 5642 the site visitor recognized the best images taken by the camera "phone D» - Galaxy Note5. The second place by a small margin from the leader took the Galaxy Note 4 (4526 votes), Mi Note Pro scored 1359 votes and got the third place. The flagship Apple smartphone was in fourth place, earning 1020 votes.

In testing the  реадерс job done, so the results do not reflect the opinions of experts and ordinary people. People who routinely use smartphones and easily select images on a single criterion - like / dislike. The test must show some phones, according to ordinary users make beautiful pictures.

It should be noted that the resolution of the iPhone's camera is only 6 to 8 megapixels, while the competitors "apple" device used larger matrix. For example, Galaxy Note5 and Galaxy Note 4 have a 16-megapixel camera, and Sony Xperia Z1 Compact - 13-megapixel.












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